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Hours of opperation 9:00am - 6:00pm


Charles E. Smith Immigration Law Office is conveniently located in downtown Columbus, Ohio. The practice is dedicated to immigration law and offers FREE in person and telephone initial consultations.  There is a Spanish interpreter available daily and by appointment on Saturday. Whether you desire a family or work-based green card, non-immigrant visa, waiver of inadmissibility, applying for citizenship, attending an interview, in removal proceedings, appealing the denial of your visa, a victim of crime, or looking to take advantage of the various paths to obtain permanent resident status in the U.S., Attorney Charles E. Smith will provide a detailed assessment of the options available to you and offer an AFFORDABLE rate for legal representation.


Attorney Charles E. Smith, Jr. Profile


Education: The Ohio State University

                Columbus, Ohio

                Bachelor of Arts 


                Rutgers University

                Camden, New Jersey

                Juris Doctor


                Fundacao Getulio Vargas University

                Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

                Study Abroad Law Program


Bar admission: Ohio, Illinois, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.


Attorney Charles E. Smith, Jr. was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He practices immigration law nationwide and has the requisite experience to evaluate your simple or complex matter and develop a strategy to pursue your case.  Mr. Smith  has worked as an immigration attorney for law firms in Ohio and Illinois.  While working as an attorney for one of the largest immigration law firms in Chicago, Illinois, he was able to gain extensive experience in many different areas of immigration law. His goal is to provide individualized and affordable legal services to those who are unable to afford the costs associated with the big firms and do not want to wait weeks or even months before work begins on their case.



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