Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Immigration Attorneys

Compare 11 attorneys and 7 law firms in Pittsburgh, PA. Sort by highest rating and years of immigration experience.

Hayes Stover

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Kleinberg Kaplan Wolff and Cohen with 52 years experience

(412) 355-6500

535 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

William Bevan

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Reed Smith with 48 years experience

(412) 288-3131

435 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

James Roberts

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Eckert Seamans Cherin and Mellott with 43 years experience

(412) 566-6000

600 Grant Street, 44th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

John Brendel

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Cohen and Grigsby with 41 years experience

(800) 394-4904

11 Stanwix Street, 15th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

James Hollihan

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Duane Morris with 38 years experience

(412) 497-1040

600 Grant Street, Suite 5010, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Joel Pfeffer

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at MUS Law with 33 years experience

(412) 456-2800

1300 Oliver Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Matthew Phillips

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Cohen and Grigsby with 23 years experience

(800) 394-4904

11 Stanwix Street, 15th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Jason Karavias

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Law Office of Jason Karavias with 19 years experience

(866) 416-9272

239 4th Avenue, Suite 1603, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Ellen Freeman

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Cohen and Grigsby with 19 years experience

(800) 394-4904

11 Stanwix Street, 15th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Lisa Hernandez

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Reed Smith with 17 years experience

(412) 288-3131

435 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Alexander Castrodale

Pittsburgh immigration attorney at Cohen and Grigsby with 16 years experience

(800) 394-4904

11 Stanwix Street, 15th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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