(602) 892-5000 Info@SmithAlstonLaw.com

Trusted Immigration Attorneys and Deportation Lawyers in Arizona.

Serving all of Arizona for over 30 years.

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At Smith Alston Law in Arizona, we provide effective solutions for complex immigration issues. We understand how your situation can affect your life and your family. We will focus our knowledge and resources to help you find creative solutions to your immigration issues.

We have helped individuals and families from around the globe gain temporary and permanent entry into the United States. We regularly represent clients before the Immigration Service (CIS), Immigration Courts (EOIR), Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and numerous U.S. consulates and embassies abroad.

We know that the immigration and visa processes can be frustrating. Our goal is to provide you with personalized legal services that will help you achieve the results you deserve.

At Smith Alston PLC, we can evaluate your situation and provide legal guidance to protect your future.

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Extensive Immigration Guidance

 

Our Arizona law firm can help you with a wide range of immigration matters, including employment- and family-based visas, asylum and deportation/removal defense.

We also know how even a minor criminal charge can affect your immigration status. If you have been charged with a crime, you need a lawyer who understands the immigration consequences of criminal activity. We can evaluate your charge and work with your criminal attorney to provide legal strategies to help protect your current and future immigration status.

Skilled Arizona Consular Attorney

Assisting Clients Through Consular Processing

People abroad who seek to live or work in the United States car apply for a temporary or permanent visa (“green card”) at a U.S. consulate in their home country. Known as consular processing, this is a necessary step for many individuals seeking to enter the United States.

Understanding Government Procedures

Consular processing requires joint government agency cooperation. The U.S. State Department, Department of Homeland Security and other government agencies are all involved in this process. We have experience working with these government agencies in immigration matters and we enjoy an in-depth understanding of each agency’s internal processes and procedures.

Employment-Based Immigration

Arizona hosts many corporations and hospitals that employ foreign nationals. We can help with your employment-based immigration. When a company petitions for you to work in the US, we can fulfill the required documentation necessary to approve your employment.

At that point, the intending immigrant then goes to the U.S. Consulate in their country to pick up the visa.

Family-Based Immigration

If you entered the U.S. illegally; marrying a citizen does not provide automatic residence or citizenship. You may have to go back to your country and file for a visa through the U.S. Consulate. In certain situations, you may require family-based consular processing.

We can start the petition process for you and file any necessary or supporting documentation for your visa, including any necessary waivers.

What We Do

Advocate

We believe that we must be advocates for our clients to ensure that they receive the best outcome given their particular set of circumstances. Everyone that works at our firm believes in the work that we do.

We are passionate about helping immigrants realize their dreams as well as helping families stay together. We know that our clients often feel scared and uncertain about the immigration process. We know what it is like to lose sleep worrying about your loved ones because we also lose sleep over our client’s cases.

Preparing a case to submit to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS. or gathering the necessary documents to request a bond from an immigration judge can be challenging. We work with you every step of the way to ensure the best possible outcome in your case.

We attend every immigration hearing for our clients that are in removal proceedings. We attend every green card interview or naturalization interview that our clients have with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS. We strive to go the extra mile because we know how much it means for our clients to obtain lawful status in the United States and to keep families together.

Spencer C. Lee

Spencer Lee is an aggressive and experienced attorney. He is licensed in Arizona and is admitted to practice before every immigration court in the country. Spencer has been involved with the Immigrant Community for over 10 years and takes pride in having worked with individuals from 5 continents and more than 60 countries.
Spencer is an immigration lawyer by choice and loves focusing his efforts 100 percent on immigration law. Spencer has helped clients with citizenship, green cards, DACA, adjustment of status, fiancé visas, work visas, work permits, cancellation of removal, deportation defense, business visas, travel visas, and more.
Spencer attended the University of Kentucky College of Law where he had the opportunity to work for multiple non-profit, immigration, legal service organizations. Spencer is married and has three children which are his pride and joy. When he is not helping his immigrant clients, Spencer enjoys church service, golf, snow skiing, hiking and most of all, spending time with his family.

Cases we take

1. Asylum
2. DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)
3. Deportation Defense
4. SIJS (Special Immigrant Juvenile Status)
5. Marriage and Family-Based Green Card Cases
6. Naturalization (Citizenship)
7. TPS (Temporary Protected Status)
8. T Visas
9. U Visas
10. VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)
11. Waivers
12. Business Visas Including B Visas, E Visas, H Visas, L Visas, O Visas, P Visas and more.

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6816 E. Brown Road, Mesa AZ 85207

Suite 101

Email: info@SmithAlstonLaw.com

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