Green Cards | Employment Authorization | Relief From Removal | Deportation| Citizenship | Naturalization

How We Can Help

Throughout its history the United States has drawn individuals and businesses from around the world. Whether seeking religious freedom, political asylum, economic opportunities or to join family members already in residence, our country has long offered unparalleled opportunities.

The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service sets rules and regulations for persons coming to the United States from foreign countries. Because immigration laws are constantly undergoing changes and have become increasingly complex, anybody dealing with almost any aspect of immigration requires a skilled and experienced immigration lawyer help navigate the complicated immigration procedures and processes.

At Alford Legal Group, LLC, we have extensive experience in immigration law and focus on assisting individuals and families with Permanent Residence, ("green cards"), Citizenship and Naturalization, Employment Authorization, and Relief from Removal and Deportation. Attorney Stuart Alford regularly represents clients at immigration hearings and in Federal immigration courts, including U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals.

For trusted legal advice concerning an immigration issue, whether you are seeking a visa, citizenship, naturalization, political or religious asylum, relief from removal or are facing deportation, you can rely on our law firm’s know-how and immigration expertise to guide you through the difficult administrative process. We will carefully explain your legal options, protect your best interests, and take every legal step possible you achieve your objective.

We invite you to call us today at (617) 926-8800 to learn how our immigration expertise can benefit you. Attorney Stuart Alford will be glad to review your case. Weekend and evening appointments are available and there is no charge for an initial consultation.

Areas We Cover

  • Green Cards
  • Employment
  • Authorization
  • Relief from Removal
  • Deportation
  • Citizenship
  • Naturalization​


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