Mr. NeSmith is the founder and managing partner of NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC. After earning his Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1983, Mr. NeSmith joined the late Frank W. Riggs, III in the practice of law in Montgomery, Alabama.
Together they formed the law firm of Riggs & NeSmith, P.A., which Mr. NeSmith continues to oversee this day.
Throughout his nearly thirty years of practicing law, Mr. NeSmith has worked on many immigration cases in a variety of areas. He focuses particularly on deportation and removal defense, family and employment-based visas, and citizenship and naturalization matters.
A well-sought after and respected speaker, he frequently gives lectures to groups of immigrants regarding their rights and immigration options. As a result of living in Mexico for two years, Mr. NeSmith is fluent in Spanish.
He is a member of the State Bar of Alabama, the Montgomery County Bar Association, and the J. Reuben Clark Law Society.
Mr. NeSmith is an associate attorney with NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC. He graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2010 and has worked almost exclusively in the area of immigration law. He has worked on cases dealing with family and employment-based visas, nonimmigrant visas, and cancellation of removal.
Mr. NeSmith recognizes the great impact that immigrants have had on this country in the past, as well as the tremendous need for them in the future. He has a passion for immigration law and the rights of immigrants. He has written much on the subject, and his articles have been published in The Birmingham News, The Montgomery Advertiser, and The Tuscaloosa News.
He is a member of the State Bar of Alabama, the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Like his father, he is fluent in Spanish.
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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