Matthew G. Steel, L.L.C. was founded by the natural person with its namesake, Matthew Gerard Steel. Mr. Steel has made it his permanent commitment to serving the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Area, with specific emphasis placed on the underserved migrant community residing in, and employed in, the Westbank region of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
Mr. Steel has a wealth of experience in representing clients before the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of State, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Labor. He has made it his enduring focus to continue his representation of individuals, families, and businesses from every corner of the globe before the various governmental agencies.
Aside from his role as a full-time advocate, Mr. Steel also serves as a full-time husband and father of three.
Matthew G. Steel, L.L.C. is an immigration and citizenship law firm based in the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Area and the surrounding region. The firm handles all aspects of immigration and citizenship law-related services, such as assisting individuals in obtaining immigrant (permanent) and non-immigrant (temporary) visas, gaining US citizenship or having US citizenship certified, defending the rights of migrants (documented, undocumented, or otherwise), and assisting businesses in understanding immigration and migrant issues in a global marketplace.
Matthew G. Steel, L.L.C. is a result-driven immigration and citizenship law firm that provides broad-based services at a competitive fee.
Matthew G. Steel, L.L.C. offers professional representation to all individual and corporate clients at a national and international level. We ensure that we not only meet, but we surpass our clients’ expectations.
Matthew G. Steel, L.L.C. ensures that the client’s best interest will always come first, and everything we do is guided by our values and professional ethics. We ensure that we hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards by meeting our client’s needs precisely and thoroughly.
Matthew G. Steel, L.L.C. serves families, businesses, and individuals of all national origins, racial and ethnic identities, creeds (or lack thereof), native languages, genders, financial statuses and circumstances, sexual orientations, lifestyles, and preferences, political leanings, ages, education levels, and otherwise.