Immigration Attorney, Roberta D. Cooper Joins Andersen, Tate And Carr Law Firm

Roberta D. Cooper has joined the Corporate and Business Transactions practice group at Andersen, Tate & Carr. Her practice specializes in immigration law; including immigrant and non-immigrant employment and family-based petitions, I-9 audits, J-1 waivers, Deferred Action (DACA), U visas, and citizenship. Ms. Cooper represents clients at interviews with USCIS officers in the Atlanta field office and handles consular processing of cases with the Department of State through the National Visa Center and embassies and consulates abroad.

Ms. Cooper also has experience with corporate and business law, including asset and stock purchases, mergers, entity formation, and immigration-related due diligence in corporate transactions. She is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is an editor of the Georgia-Alabama and Central Florida Chapters’ Case Summaries Newsletter.

Thomas Andersen, founding partner of Andersen, Tate & Carr, stated “Roberta provides a unique perspective to clients as she was born in Mexico City, has had various visas prior to becoming a U.S. citizen and speaks three foreign (Italian, French and Spanish) languages”.


Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. was founded in 1988. The firm has grown from two to almost thirty attorneys and over sixty employees, making them the largest business law firm in Gwinnett County. Our roots in Gwinnett County reach back much further, however, as some of our attorneys have practiced here since the mid-1970’s.

Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. has become one of the preeminent law firms in suburban Atlanta by offering unparalleled legal representation in Real Estate and Banking; Corporate and Business Transactions; Civil Litigation; Domestic Relations; Zoning, Land Use and Development; Estate Planning Matters; Criminal Defense; and Personal Injury.

They welcome new clients in all practice areas.

For more information, contact: Lisa M. Haden

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