Pepper N. Glenn

Associate Attorney

About Pepper

Bio

I am very grateful to be a part of the Klinke Immigration team since 2015. When I found Klinke Immigration, I knew I wanted to be a part of this Firm that serves its clients with diligence and kindness. I found the heart of immigration in the Klinke Immigration team and am happy to serve you with the strength this heart pumps into every case.

I know the immigration process can be a scary one and I seek to empower you with knowledge and understanding about the law and immigration process that may have you and your family in fear or stress. I seek to guide you through the chaotic and sometimes nonsensical immigration laws of the United States to reunite you with family members or help secure your future together in this country.

I understand the hold immigration laws or the lengthy process in general can have over our lives and families and I want to help you overcome this barrier so that you can be free to live out your future without this additional stress in your life.

I was born and raised in the United States and my world would be a small, dull place without the Immigrants who have come to this country to share their lives and stories with me. My favorite stories over the years at Klinke Immigration are those of clients overcoming great challenges in their lives through their gained insight into the immigration laws and the options available to them such as the client who began her case with us in great fear and paranoia, afraid to leave her home, but who now travels across the country in confidence and freedom to share time with her family.

I look forward to assisting you with your own immigration story when you start your case with Klinke Immigration.

Education & Early Career

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. At Georgia State, she participated in an asylum and refugee program which provided legal assistance to asylum seekers here in Atlanta. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is licensed to practice in state and federal courts throughout Georgia.