NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC is a family-run immigration law firm led by attorney Stephen M. NeSmith and his son, Stephen M. NeSmith, Jr. Both attorneys are bilingual and have spent years working with and assisting immigrants as they try to make a life in the United States.
Our law firm handles cases from every aspect of immigration law, and our clients are from all over the world. Whether you are applying for a green card through family or employment-based avenues, an immigrant facing deportation or removal proceedings and in need of defense, an immigrant trying to gain citizenship, a person trying to obtain a visa (work, family, fiancée, student, etc), or a person with one of numerous other immigration options, our attorneys are capable and willing to help you meet your immigration goals.
At NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC, we recognize the great need our country has for good, hard-working immigrants. Those who immigrate to the United States bring with them a unique perspective and skill set that enhances and improves our great nation. For this reason, we at NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC are dedicated to assisting our clients navigate their way through the complexities of U.S. immigration law.
NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC has two offices conveniently located in Montgomery, Alabama and Birmingham, Alabama. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Appointments can be scheduled outside of office hours as needed. To learn more about how we can help you, please call us at (334) 834-6992. You can view a map of our Montgomery and Birmingham office locations by clicking here.
NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC provides immigration law services to people living in Birmingham, Montgomery, Auburn, Troy and Dothan, Alabama and the surrounding areas.
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