Aaron Christensen concentrates his practice in the area of immigration law, appearing before the Executive Office of Immigration Review (Immigration Court) and the Board of Immigration Appeals to fight for the rights of immigrants and their families. Aaron has represented hundreds of individuals and families before Immigration Judges in the states of Texas, Georgia and North Carolina.
Aaron graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2013. While at UGA he interned with a firm representing plaintiffs in the 2012 case of GLAHR, et. al. v. Deal, et. al., while there, Aaron helped draft the law suit which blocked the entrance into effect of most of GA H.B. 87 which would have made such things as giving a ride to an undocumented immigrant a crime. Aaron graduated from Brigham Young University in 2010 with a degree in History. During his undergraduate studies Aaron lived in Mexico City, Mexico for two years and as a result speaks, reads, and writes fluid Spanish.
Patrick likes to center himself through connecting with his natural surroundings by paddling his surfboard into the Pacific waves or hiking the local mountains. “Having contact with nature recharges my energy and helps me begin every day ready to defend our clients,” he says.
Aaron Christensen is a member in good standing of the State Bar of Georgia and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). He has been admitted to practice by the Supreme Court of Georgia and the United States District Court of Northern Georgia. Before becoming an attorney, Aaron was a certified mediator, and participated in UGA’s Business Law Clinic, assisting small business owners. In his time off Aaron enjoys spending time with his wife and children, cooking, reading and writing fiction.