Law Offices of Hilary Smith, LLC offers professional, legal services in the area of IMMIGRATION LAW and is conveniently located in Atlanta,  GEORGIA, near Marietta and Smyrna, in Cobb County.

Please contact our office - (404) 418-8989 - to make an appointment to discuss whether you qualify for a particular immigration benefit and to learn about the immigration process, and the documentation that would best support that case.

OUR PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES INCLUDE: U.S. Permanent Residence ("green cards"), DACA, waivers, deportation defense, marriage-based visas, family-based immigration, employment-based (work) visas, E-2 investor visas, L-1 visas, fiancé visas (K-1), visa extensions, U Visas, TPS, and naturalization.

We provide personal and individualized service and believe that an informed and involved client is essential to a successful case.

To evaluate your eligibility for any immigration benefit, it is important that you consult with an experienced and responsible immigration attorney. Do NOT get scammed by so-called “notarios” or “immigration consultants”.

The attorney and staff speak both English and Spanish.

We will move the office within Cobb County, beginning March, 2018 !!!

Currently, we are still located at:  

 Law Offices of Hilary Smith, LLC 
1827 Powers Ferry Road, SE, Suite 1-200 
Atlanta, GA 30339 
(404) 418-8989 

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DISCLAIMER : The information on this site is comprised of general and basic information that should not be misconstrued as legal advice. Any links provided to other Internet sources are provided for general information purposes only and do not represent affiliation or association of this law firm with another entity or website. This site does not create an attorney-client relationship with the Law Offices of Hilary Smith, LLC. An e-mail or phone call to our offices, or a consultation with the attorney, does not create an attorney-client relationship. An engagement agreement must be signed by both the attorney and the client and fees must be paid according to that agreement to establish an attorney-client relationship. It is strongly advised that you seek legal counsel from an experienced immigration attorney before proceeding with any immigration matters.


UPDATED -  December 27, 2017