Immigration Law

Your Trusted Advocate

A Foundation Of Service

At Capstone Law, LLC, in Birmingham, our focus is service. We are committed to ensuring you receive the highest level of legal service.

Our attorneys have extensive experience and success advocating for civil rights. Of-counsel attorney Sam Badawi joined the team in 2021. As a small firm with big-firm experience, we offer the flexibility to represent both individuals and businesses throughout Alabama.

To find out more about our team click on the links below.

The firm was built on the belief that all people, from all walks of life, have a right to pursue the American Dream. We fight unjust laws and are passionate about making the world a better place, one case at a time.

Attorneys Dedicated To Creating Better Opportunities

It often takes a challenging lawsuit to shed light on an unjust situation. In some cases, this is enough to bring about positive change to the legal landscape.

Attorney Joey A. Chbeir is an experienced immigration lawyer who guides individuals and multinational businesses through all aspects of the immigration process. Joey serves clients all over the United States and the world. Fluent in multiple languages and legal systems, Joey can help you navigate complex immigration laws whether you are a United States citizen pursuing work, travel, or education in another country, or a foreign national (or business) pursuing immigration or employment in the United States.

Partner With Attorneys Passionate About Justice

As experienced trial lawyers, we have successfully prosecuted and defended high-stakes jury trials in both federal and state courts. Call our Birmingham firm at 659-977-3388 and speak to us about your legal needs. We offer a free initial phone consultation to new clients. You can also reach out to the firm via our website email form.

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