Osmer is a native of Ecuador.  In addition to his own family's experience, Osmer has assisted hundreds of other families with their immigration cases as he has been working as a paralegal in immigration law since 2010.   

​Osmer speaks Spanish. 



Alicia D. Taylor, Esq. 

Attorney Alicia Taylor joined the Ehrisman  Law Firm in April of 2018, eager to join the fight for immigrant rights.  Alicia grew up in a military household and spent the majority of her childhood on the tiny island of Guam  Though a US territory, Guam is home to various cultures, and it was here that Alicia developed her love for learning about people of differing backgrounds and experiences.  Alicia moved to the Atlanta metropolitan area in the 10th grade and continued her interest in other cultures as she studied Advanced World History. After high school, Alicia attended the University of Georgia where she focused her studies on social justice issues and graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice.  Shortly thereafter, Alicia went on to study law and graduate from Western New England University School of Law in Massachusetts.  While  in law school, Alicia participated on the Trial Team and the Prosecuting Attorney's Clinic where she developed her love for advocating on behalf of others.  Alicia's upbringing and exposure to many differing cultures fostered her love in helping others and pushed her toward a career in which she would be an advocate and a voice for those in need.

 Alicia brings many years of trial and courtroom experience to the firm.  She began her legal career as a defense attorney in Newton County, Georgia and later went on to serve as a juvenile and adult defense attorney throughout metropolitan Atlanta.  Alicia had a strong desire to continue her fight for the rights of all individuals and continued a career as a prosecutor advocating for the rights of victims.  Alicia gained a wealth of experience serving as an Assistant Solicitor in Fulton County and as an Assistant District Attorney in Hall County where she served as lead attorney for many years on numerous traffic, theft, domestic violence, drug, DUI, and varying felony trials. While at the District Attorney's Office, Alicia received and reviewed numerous U-Visa certification requests and was exposed to cases that involved immigrants whom faced  serious consequences of a criminal arrest  and conviction.  Alicia realized that she wanted to use her criminal law experience to fight on behalf of immigrants in every aspect of immigration law.  Alicia's focus on advocating for the family also allowed her the opportunity to gain experiences in will drafting and assisting families with completing the  adoption process.   Alicia has a strong desire to merge all of her legal experiences in a way that comprehensively helps clients in all aspects of immigration. 

When not fighting for the rights of our immigrant clients, Alicia loves to travel and  has visited various cities in the countries of Mexico, Belize, Panama, Jamaica, Bahamas, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Italy, Turkey, Greece and Puerto Rico .  Alicia also loves to give back and be an active member of the community and regularly participates in service projects and volunteer opportunities for the March of Dimes, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc and Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Association.    

Alicia is committed to family and to helping others.  As an advocate, a wife, a mom, and a hard worker, Alicia understands the importance of wanting to protect your loved ones and for keeping families together so that everyone can live their best possible life.  Alicia will fight for and protect you! 

Stacy M. Ehrisman, Esq. 

Attorney Stacy M. Ehrisman was born and raised in the state of Iowa.  She graduated from English Valleys High School, a small, rural school with a class of approximately 30 people.  Stacy went on to attend the University of Iowa where she received her B.A. and graduated with highest distinction in December of 2005.   She studied Political Science, International Studies and Japanese Language and Literature.  Stacy immediately went to law school at the University of Iowa College of Law.  She wrote for the international law journal, Transnational Problems and Contemporary Issues, as well as competed in moot court.  During law school, Stacy completed an internship with a law firm in Madrid, Spain.  She later worked as an assistant county attorney in the Henry County Attorney's Office.  Upon graduation, Stacy received the Boyd Service Award for her dedication to community service throughout law school. 

After graduation in 2008, Stacy pursued her career in immigration law.  She began working for Steffas & Associates, P.C. an immigration firm specializing in international adoptions in Marietta, Georgia. She was soon transferred to Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee to practice litigation-based immigration law at the Frager Law Firm, P.C..  In 2010, Stacy found herself in New York City practicing all areas of removal defense and family-based immigration law for Youman, Madeo & Fasano, LLC.  While in New York City, Stacy was promoted to managing attorney of her firm's largest office due to her tenacity and passion.  Deciding that she had had enough of the "big city", in 2013, she decided to open her own firm in Gwinnett County, Georgia.  

Stacy finds gratification in her practice as an immigration attorney.  "I truly believe that I am fulfilling my unique purpose in life through my service to the immigrant community," she explains. "Our country is a nation of immigrants and we should never forget that."  

Stacy volunteers her time with the local American Immigration Lawyers Association - Military Assistance Program, providing essential training and support to U.S. Army JAG attorneys.  Additionally, Stacy is an accredited attorney before the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).  

In October of 2014, Stacy appeared on CNN Headline News as well as Fox News following a conflict with Immigration Judge Pelletier.  IJ Pelletier refused to grant Stacy a continuance despite the fact that she had her baby only three weeks prior.  In turn, Stacy filed a complaint against the IJ.  Stacy is a fighter: let her fight for you!

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Experienced Immigration Attorneys

Angelica Gonzalez

Legal Assistant

Alicia D. Taylor, Esq. 

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Alicia is admitted to the State Bar of Georgia and the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

Alicia is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  

Tanya Juarez

Legal Assistant

Stacy's hobbies include watching Hawkeye football as well as participating in flag football, basketball, golf and crossfit. Stacy enjoys traveling across the world and has visited Mexico, the Dominican Republic, China, Spain, France, the Czech Republic, Chile, Sint Maarten and Perú.  

Osmer Yepez

Office Manager

Stacy M. Ehrisman, Esq. 

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Stacy is admitted to the State Bar of Georgia, the Georgia Supreme Court, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Middle District of Georgia and Western District of Tennessee as well as the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Stacy is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, the Federal Bar Association and an accredited attorney before the VA. 

Stacy speaks Spanish.

Angelica originally joined the team while in college.  After graduation, she joined the team full-time and is the lead paralegal in the family department.  Angelica's family is also from Mexico where she regularly visits.


​Angelica speaks Spanish. 



Tanya is the lead paralegal for the firm's litigation department.  Tanya has been with the firm since February of 2016. She is passionate about assisting immigrant families with their cases.  Tanya's family is originally from Mexico.


​Tanya speaks Spanish. 



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