We are an immigration and citizenship law firm based in Southeast Louisiana offering professional representation to individuals, families, and corporate clients at a national and international level. We handle all aspects of immigration and citizenship law-related services, such as assistance in obtaining immigrant and non-immigrant visas, gaining or obtaining proof of US citizenship, defending the rights of migrants, and assisting businesses in understanding immigration issues in a global marketplace.
We are result-driven and provide broad-based services at a competitive fee. We ensure that the client’s best interest will always come first, and everything we do is guided by our values and professional ethics. We greatly look forward to the opportunity to assist you.
Attorney Matthew 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.
Mr. Steel is a law graduate of Loyola University in New Orleans, and an alumn of the University of New Orleans and Archbishop Shaw High School. He is licensed to practice state law in Louisiana, and eligible to practice immigration and citizenship law in any United States jurisdiction.
Aside from his role as a full-time advocate, Mr. Steel also serves as a full-time husband and father of three.
Romello Dixon received his Bachelor of Science degree from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, in May of 2016. While attending Weber State, Mr. Dixon was a member of the football team for the 2013-2016 seasons. He was also a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Black Scholars United, and the Pre-Law Association. Before attending Weber State, Mr. Dixon attended Archbishop Shaw High School. He intends to enter law school in the Fall Semester of 2019.
Mr. Dixon enjoys giving back to his community through his service with the Young Men Olympian Jr. Benevolent Association. In his spare time, he likes to watch sports, work out, listen to music, and enjoy the culture of New Orleans.