CLE Hours: 8 including 8 General, 0 Ethics, 0 Professionalism, 0 Specialty Credits TBD, 0 Trial Practice
Matt is a German and U.S. lawyer, holding a U.S. Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of Georgia School of Law. He obtained both his German and his U.S. law license (NY) in 2015. In 2019, Matt was also sworn into the Georgia Bar.
Matt focuses his legal services on supporting foreign-owned business entities and individuals investing in the U.S. in the areas of immigration, corporate, and employment law. He supports companies’ global immigration needs through both U.S. immigration and non-immigration visa processing for businesses and families (temporary work visas and green cards). He has established himself as an esteemed member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has become a welcome speaker at various conferences.
Matt served as a board member of the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia, Inc. (“Stonewall”) for many years and supports the organization. Stonewall is a professional association of attorneys, judges, law students, paralegals, and other legal professionals who support the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, and who oppose discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Matt also serves as the co-chair supporting the LGBTQ Professionals Subcommittee of AGG’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee.
Matt is also the new chair of the Atlanta Sister Cities Commission after serving as the Atlanta-Nuremberg Sister Cities Commission chair for many years. The City of Atlanta fosters 17 sister-city relationships with communities across the globe. The Atlanta Sister Cities Commission has continued to expand its programming by promoting mutually beneficial cultural, educational, economic, and community development exchanges. Under Mayor Andre Dickens’ leadership, the Commission has positioned itself to enhance its efforts through increased marketing, a charitable foundation, and increased staff support from the Mayor’s Office of International Affairs.
Aimee Clark is the founder of Clark Immigration LLC and has been practicing immigration law more than 20 years. Aimee’s practice concentrates on business immigration (including work visas, permanent residence, I-9 and E-Verify compliance), family immigration and naturalization, with an active pro bono practice for immigrant survivors of abuse and other crimes. A frequent speaker and author, former AILA NMD Chair and AILA Atlanta Chapter Chair, she is recognized as one of America’s Leading Lawyers for Immigration Law by Chambers USA, as a “Super Lawyer” by Georgia Super Lawyer, and recipient of the GAIN 2013 Mentor of the Year award, 2007 AILA Sam Williamson Mentor award and 2006 Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation pro bono award.
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