NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC

Immigration and nationality Law

Alabama Immigration Law Practice Areas

At NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC, we strive to provide our clients with energetic, effective and aggressive representation in all areas of American immigration law.

Our representation includes deportation defense, naturalization, political asylum, federal litigation, as well as family and employment based petitions. Our clients include fiancée’s, spouses and other family members; international business persons; those who unfortunately find themselves in deportation proceedings; and many others.

Immigrant Visas (Green Cards)

NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC helps families and businesses through the immigrant visa application process. Learn more about our immigrant visa services.

Non-Immigrant Visas

NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC provides non-immigrant visa services to international visitors who want to come to the U.S. temporarily. Learn more about our non-immigrant visa services.

Deportation and Removal Defense

If you or a loved one is in danger of being deported, make sure you have the best representation for immigrant removal defense services, NeSmith Immigration Attorneys, LLC. Learn more about our deportation and removal defense services.

Immigration Bonds

If you or a loved one is being detained by Immigration and Naturalization Services, you need an immigration bail bond. Learn more about our immigration bond services.


We are dedicated in assisting our clients navigate their way through the immigration naturalization application process to be granted U.S. citizenship. Learn more about our naturalization services.

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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Immigration Updates

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USCIS is temporarily suspending the biometrics requirement for applicants seeking an extension of st [...]

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In a significant development, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has withdrawn a proposed rul [...]