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Meet Brian C. Malone, a forward-thinking, dedicated immigration attorney with years of multifaceted experience across immigration law disciplines. Armed with a certificate in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Practice that he began working towards in 2014 and that was earned in 2017, and a diverse and unique set of immigration cases that he has handled ever since, Immigration Lawyer Brian Malone OVER-delivers in family-based cases, appeals, and representation before various court systems, USCIS, ICE, and CBP.

Brian commits to partnerships built on trust, respect, and honesty, truly epitomizing 'client-first' with a real-time case management portal fostering transparency and efficient communication. His bilingual proficiency in English and Spanish, coupled with advanced translation software, ensures clients from diverse linguistic backgrounds feel understood and comfortable. Every client will get the attention they deserve, and we will implement a unique strategy for each and every case so that it will move through the immigration process as efficiently as possible.

But, Immigration Lawyer Brian's practice penetrates beyond the professional. His zest and enthusiasm for life translate into understanding the human experience, relating to other people, and learning from them and their challenging and/or inspiring life experiences. This genuine interest in other people and in the nuances of life in each unique country of the world fuels a compassionate approach to his profession and a commitment to immersing himself in understanding the lives of his clients, the country conditions where they have lived, and even the food and cultural history that makes each client unique and one-of-a-kind. It's important to teach the US government, and this process allows that in any case. Frequently undertakes pro bono work, & his dedication to the underserved is proven.

Choose Brian Chase Malone for an unparalleled immigration law journey; a legal partner beyond measure.

Practice Area
    Immigration Law
    Asylum, Citizenship, Deportation Defense, Family Visas, Green Cards, Immigration Appeals, Investment Visas, Marriage & Fiancé(e) Visas, Student Visas, Visitor Visas, Work Visas
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  • Free Consultation
    Free consultation through a 20-minute phone call to evaluate your case. Free 20-minute phone call may only be used once. Immigration Lawyer Malone provides additional free offers throughout the year, which can vary. Immigration Lawyer Malone also represents one or more deserving pro bono clients at all times, although most pro bono clients are represented through legal pro bono partnerships shared with various nonprofit organizations around the country.
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  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Consultations in person require an $80.00 payment to reserve one hour with Immigration Lawyer Malone so that a thorough strategic plan and evaluation can be developed. Any client who hires Malone Immigration Law to represent their immigration process will have his or her consultation fee payment credited towards the total attorney fee, so in-person consultations for future clients of Malone Immigration Law are ultimately free of charge. Charging an $80.00 fee limits each prospective client meeting to individuals who are ready to move forward on their immigration case with an experienced immigration lawyer. This allows Immigration Lawyer Malone to spend more time on the cases and customer service experience for his current immigration clients.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Louisiana State Bar Association
ID Number: 38107
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11th Circuit
ID Number: EDF# 125700520
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
J.D. (2017) | Juris Doctor, Common Law
Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana
Honors: Certificate in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Practice
Activities: Student Practitioner with Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice's Immigration Law Clinic from 2016 to 2017. Served asylum seekers at Karnes Family Detention Center in Texas over Spring Break 2015, preparing asylum-seekers for Credible Fear Interviews, Requests for Reconsideration, and Immigration Judge overruling of Negative Credible Fear Findings. Participated in several Know Your Rights Presentations and Immigration-related Legal Clinics in Louisiana and Mississippi.
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Tulane University
B.A. (2011) | Sociology; Spanish
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Certificate in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Practice
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Immigration Lawyer Malone specialized in developing a focus on and expertise in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Practice while he pursued his Juris Doctor degree during law school. He also participated as a student practitioner in his school's Immigration Law Clinic, where he represented clients, under clinical supervision, before the New Orleans Immigration Court, USCIS, and Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court (Louisiana).
Certificate in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Practice
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Immigration Lawyer Malone specialized in developing a focus on and expertise in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Practice while he pursued his Juris Doctor degree during law school. He also participated as a student practitioner in his school's Immigration Law Clinic, where he represented clients, under clinical supervision, before the New Orleans Immigration Court, USCIS, and Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court (Louisiana).
Professional Associations
Atlanta Bar Association
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Louisiana State Bar Association  # 38107
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American Immigration Lawyers Association  # 41628
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Activities: Engaged with Military Assitance Program's Pro Bono Representation for Active Duty and Retired U.S. Military Members; AILA Georgia-Alabama Chapter; AILA Carolinas Chapter
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Certificate in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Practice
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Websites & Blogs
Malone Immigration Law Website
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Legal Answers
3 Questions Answered
Q. Hi lawyers, working 3/4 full time jobs at same time has any impact on n400. Any client experience/advice?
A: Hello,

Wow! This won’t have any impact on your n-400, although it could potentially serve as positive attributes in support of your “Good Moral Character” (GMC) if there are any negative GMC issues (usually criminal convictions) that are present in your application. And it will be evidence of your positive GMC certainly that you’re paid up on taxes, and the fact that you work that much is more than enough evidence to support your continuous physical presence in the U.S. because there’s no possible way you could be working that much and manage to live outside the country or have any chance of being physically outside the country for more than 50% of the last 3/5 years, depending on your basis for applying to naturalize as a US Citizen. Depending on your particular circumstances it could serve as positive evidence of rehabilitation, hypothetically, if there was a specific reason why you are working that much that relates to any negative attribute present within the facts of your present eligibility to naturalize.

I’m very impressed by your hard work, and I hope you will have a chance to enjoy some personal and/or family time soon. This part of course is speaking from my personal capacity, and is not legal advice. You are a dedicated and driven individual to be able to work so much, and I admire that. With that said, make sure you are taking breaks and letting yourself have the rest and mental health days that you need to continue thriving.

I wish you the best in your final stage of your personal immigration law process (as an application, at least!). And I wish you happiness and blessings as your journey of life continues on afterwards. God speed. Feel free to email me if you what some quick general advice. I’m highly experienced and knowledgeable within the realm of the N-400.

Warm Regards,

Brian C. Malone, Esq.
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Q. If I get an advance Parol, I m in the USA after ilegal entry and charged as not admisible . Can I get dinied entry ?
A: What is the basis of your advance parole being granted? Are you the beneficiary of an I-130 petition or do you have TPS? Is it something else?

I recommend that you speak with an experienced immigration lawyer who understands the nature of what your immigration goals are and the utility of your advance parole to help you terminate your removal proceedings.

Based on the limited information I have from your question, I need to understand more specifics of your situation to provide more personalized feedback; however, feel free to schedule a free 15 minute phone call with me if you’d like me to have an opportunity to give you legitimate insight into the available strategic approaches you can consider moving forward.

If you schedule a phone call with me, make sure to email me your immigration documents at least 6 hours before I talk to you (

I’ll send you an online questionnaire as well so I can gather the essential facts and I’ll give you 15 free minutes to speak with me about your options. Please tell me which language you prefer to speak. Yo hablo Espanol con fluidez, eu falo um poco de portugues, and I can understand limited Haitian Creole/French but cannot speak it well (although, I would be happy to provide you the questionnaire in your language of choice).

I want to emphasize that I am offering this to you without any expectations or ulterior motives. I won’t pressure you to hire my firm or gatekeep information while we talk.

I’ll give you quick, honest feedback based on my experience and expertise in immigration removal proceedings of all types as well as humanitarian-based immigration cases. I’ll review your documents before we talk, if I have time, or I will review them with you while we talk.

Again, no pressure, but I’m happy to help you better understand your specific immigration situation and give you general advice. I wish you the best of luck either way.

I admire and respect you taking proactive steps to better understand your case. By personally taking the time to learn what the law is and the various ways that it can apply to your case, you will empower yourself to face your immigration proceedings with an advantage: you’ll have a realistic and informed mindset, which can only benefit you.

I’m always happy to help individuals like yourself who are making the extra effort to fully grasp US Immigration Law. I imagine your hard work will be recognized and will open many opportunities for you in the future. Keep up the good work and I wish you the best! We have not met but I am proud of your effort and I want to encourage you that you are doing the right thing and you have my support and the Justia community’s support as well in pursuit of your immigration goals. Stay eager to learn and you will be unstoppable.

Kind Regards,

Brian C. Malone, Esq.
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Q. I’m on political asylum status residing in MI. Do I need an immigration lawyer to divorce us?
A: Good Morning,

If you seek to divorce your spouse, your primary attorney filing the divorce should 100% be a divorce attorney; however, if you have concerns about your wife's legal status if she has a pending beneficiary petition, or any other immigration issues at play, I would certainly find an immigration lawyer to advise you, directly, and to separately advise your divorce lawyer of important considerations that you require being made so that any divorce action does not jeopardize any immigration concern you may have for your legal status, your wife's, or another beneficiary that may exist in the case. Coincidentally, I have recently researched the potential adverse consequences to an asylee's beneficiary spouse if the asylee files for divorce. From my research, the overarching takeaway was that it is unlikely for divorce proceedings to negatively affect an asylee's legal status or a beneficiary's legal status unless other issues were present in the circumstances of the case. For your case, I am happy to provide you and your attorney with Goodwill, free-of-charge service (we MUST both review and sign a pro bono agreement, at the very least; I would also request instead of payment, your willingness to review my immigration law practice on Google and one or more websites that offer attorney/law firm reviews by consults or clients of them) in fulfillment of your need to understand how immigration law may or may not intersect with your family court case, and what they potential consequences of certain scenarios may be. If needed, I can also provide you with resources, reasonable information, limited to moderate guidance, and a summary of general noteworthy facts and considerations that should be made by you and your divorce attorney, all relating to the intersection of immigration law and family law. If you would like to receive a free case evaluation of your immigration status and take a look at what your path toward your immigration goals will look like, and alternative paths that could potentially offer more value to you or any particular family member when the time comes to take that step, depending on the surrounding circumstances at that time for the particular individual at issue then. My email address is, and I believe you can likely message me on Justia, as well, because I hold a premium membership with this website. I look forward to helping you in as small or detailed a manner as you see best for you and your needs. I hope you're doing very well so far in 2024, and I assure you that any quantity of assistance I give to you will be the highest quality advice based on my commitment to thoroughly review the underlying circumstances of your case. Wish you the best.


Brian C. Malone, Esq.

Malone Immigration Law, LLC
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Malone Immigration Law, LLC
3355 Lenox Road NE
Suite 750
Atlanta, GA 30326
Telephone: (404) 369-1180
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Cullowhee, NC 29723
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Bradenton, FL 34209
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