The Firm: Klinke Immigration, LLC
Klinke Immigration, LLC was founded in the fall of 2012 in Marietta, Georgia. We focus on family- and humanitarian-based immigration law. The Klinke Immigration team ensures that everyone who walks through the firm’s doors is treated with respect and fairness. They have created a safe environment where immigrants can speak freely about their immigration status and other issues that may impact their case.
Tracie L. Klinke, Esq.
Tracie has established herself as a tireless advocate for her clients, as well as becoming the type of attorney other attorneys turn to for advice. Finding solutions for immigrant victims of crime, particularly domestic violence and human trafficking, quickly became her area of expertise.
Tracie also developed a strong waivers practice, allowing countless families to be reunited. In addition, Tracie has attended hundreds of green card and naturalization interviews throughout the United States.
Pepper N. Glenn, Esq., Associate
In 2010, she studied abroad at Justus Liebig Universität in Giessen, Germany. While there, she was introduced to many different challenges faced by immigrants such as learning a new language and making small adjustments one step at a time.
Pepper graduated summa cum laude from Georgia State University’s College of Law in May 2016. She is passionate about assisting others through the complex world of immigration.
Alina Luna, Paralegal
A recipient of a humanitarian visa herself, Alina is personally familiar with the immigration process. Her unique perspective allows her to understand and relate to the feelings of anxiety that many of our clients experience as they navigate the legal processes of the U.S. immigration system.
Sandra Ramirez, Receptionist
Sandra is a Mexican-American who was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. As a child, she endured the separation of her father due to immigration issues. Even though it was a difficult process, her father was able to return to the United States. For that reason, Sandra is familiar with the immigration process that many families experience. Moreover, Sandra earned an Associate’s Degree in Spanish and Cultural Studies, and strives to continue her education in the near future. Sandra enjoys nature, live music and photography.