Birmingham’s Top Firm
As one of the most established immigration law firms in Birmingham, Alabama, Shabani & Associates, P.C. has earned a reputation for unparalleled expertise and dependable counseling in not only all immigration law areas, but also other areas of practice. Our firm is uniquely positioned to provide a full range of U.S. law services to clients nationwide. At Shabani & Associates, P.C., our clients range from small businesses to Fortune 500 multinationals, from individuals to families requiring specialized immigration assistance. Our certified and knowledgeable attorneys can provide you with compassionate and comprehensive legal representation.
What We Specialize In
Immigration Law is vast, including defending employers in ICE Employer Sanctions or ICE investigations matters or Department of Labor H-1B and PERM Audits and Appeals, working with Fiancé, Spouse or Family Immigration clients, preparing Employment-based immigration cases visa holders, filing PERM Labor Certifications and Extraordinary Ability (EB-1), National Interest (EB-2), and Immigrant Investor (EB-5) immigrant visas, fighting for individuals in Deportation, Asylum or Removal proceedings, or representing our clients in Federal Court Litigation, and much more. Regardless of what your case may be, our diverse team with decades of experience is eager to take the weight off your shoulders!
Como nos especializamos en la ley de inmigración y en unir familias, hicimos una prioridad ofrecer nuestros servicios en español para nuestros clientes hispanos. ¡Puede consultarnos cómodamente y permitirnos representarlo, sin barreras idiomáticas!
Meet Our Founder
We are led by Mr. Michael Shabani, who is a proud member of the American Immigration lawyers Association, American Bar Association, US District Court of Alabama, US Court of Appeal for the 11th Circuit, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and Birmingham Bar Association. He graduated from the University of Alabama in 1991 with a Bachelors in Science, then continued his studies to graduate from the Birmingham School of Law as a Juris Doctor in 1995. He is also an adjunct professor of law at the Birmingham School of Law, where he teaches his students about the dexterity of immigration law.