If you want to become a lawful permanent resident based on the fact that you have a relative who is a citizen of the United States or is a lawful permanent resident …

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If you own or operate a business, litigation is something you deal with all too frequently.  Disputes arise over a multitude of matters …

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The legal act or process by which a non-citizen in a country may acquire citizenship or nationality of that country. It may be done by a statute, without any effort on the part of the individual …

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Civil Rights are the rights of individuals to receive equal treatment and be free from discrimination in many settings, including employment, education, housing, and more …

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Lawful Permanent Residents whose 10-year green card has expired or will expire within next six (6) months must undergo a Green Card Renewal Process. If the green card was lost, stolen or destroyed …

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Violence Against Women Act cases is a unique type of immigration attorney service. You are allowed to file for immigration benefits without a family member to sponsor you …

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There are many benefits that come with obtaining a U Visa. At the time the petition is approved, you will be authorized for employment, and USCIS will send you an Employment Authorization Document as evidence …

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The Prince Firm offers immigration, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution services. The firm’s litigation practice is focused on servicing clients’ needs in the areas of civil rights representation, small business disputes, and personal injury.  Our immigration practice focuses on family-based petitions, naturalization, deportation defense, VAWA and U Visas. Alternative Dispute Resolution services are provided in the areas of mediation and arbitration.


  • J.D., University of Illinois College of Law (2001)
  • B.A. with Honors Distinction, University of Pennsylvania (1996)

Admitted to practice:

  • Supreme Court of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Georgia
  • Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Georgia Court of Appeals

Althea S. Prince helps individuals and small businesses resolve their legal issues. She personally speaks with each client to understand their goals and works strategically to reach their desired resolution. Althea excels at helping her clients bolster the strengths and minimize the weaknesses in their cases.

Althea believes that she is called to serve others in her professional practice.  As Managing Partner of The Prince Firm, Althea’s approach to practicing law mirrors her approach to living a purpose-driven, spiritually fulfilling life – be deliberate in the actions taken and give 100%.

Althea’s prior experience includes a federal clerkship, work at an insurance defense boutique, and three years at a leading international law firm with 19 offices in the United States, Europe, The Middle East, and Asia. Her 16-plus years of practice have afforded her significant opportunities to handle cases from inception through trial/resolution in federal and state courts; expertise she now uses to benefit her “every-day” clients.

Althea’s goal is to get an approval on every immigration application or petition submitted to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services or to Immigration Court.  Althea has extensive experience with immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, adjustment of status, naturalizations, and visas for victims of crime and those subjected to abuse or extreme cruelty by their spouses (“VAWA” and U-Visa).  Althea also represents clients in removal and deportation proceedings.

Althea is proud of the successes she has gained for her clients who have been falsely arrested, subjected to excessive force during an arrest, and those who have been denied medical treatment in jail or prison.

Althea’s prior experience defending Fortune 500 companies in state and federal courts equips her to help her current clients with their business litigation needs. She regularly represents clients in landlord/tenant matters, and cases against manufacturers, insurance companies, state regulatory bodies, and competitors.  She is able to advise her business clients on day-to-day issues to avoid costly lawsuits.

Althea immigrated to the United States from Guyana, South America. Strongly committed to her Caribbean heritage, Althea understands that personal service, hard work, and results matter most to her clients!

Professional Affiliations and Community Service:

  • Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
  • Positive Growth, Inc. – Current Secretary and Past Treasurer
  • Herzing University Atlanta, Legal Studies Department – Advisory Board Member
  • Tucker Parent Council – Past Co-President

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“I must admit that the Prince Firm did an excellent job in handling our immigration case. In a matter of three months, I became a lawful permanent resident of the United States.  Mrs. Prince was very knowledgeable, and she along with her staff communicated with us positively whenever we had any questions. The fees are very reasonable. We highly recommend The Prince Firm to anyone who has any immigration matters. We were very grateful for your services.”


“The Prince Firm, LLC. and its employees have been nothing but suburb going over and beyond the call of duty on both my child support civil suit as well as another domestic civil suit. In which both cases were well prepared & represented for in a winning closure.

I highly recommend The Prince Firm, LLC.. #thebestinyourcorner.”


“Mrs. Prince provided excellent service with my immigration needs. She was thoroughly involved from start to finish. I would whole heartily recommend her for anyone who needs an immigration lawyer.”




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