Boyd F. Campbell
• Lawyer in private practice
in Montgomery, Alabama, since 1988
is an active member of the American Immigration
Lawyers Association (AILA). He served as chair of the International
Law Section of the Alabama State Bar
from 2000 to 2002 and is a founding member of that section. He has
served as chair and senior vice-chair of the Immigration Law Committee
of the American Bar Association's General
Practice, Solo & Small Firm Lawyers Section, and as as co-chair
of the Immigration Law Committee of the ABA's Section
of Labor and Employment Law. He was a member of the ABA’s Coordinating
Committee on Immigration Law from 1994 to 1998.
provides legal services and personal and corporate legal representation to U.S. citizens, foreign nationals, and multinational corporations, both in the United States and abroad. He accepts active immigration cases and appeals on attorney referral. In his appellate practice, he has represented his clients before federal and state appellate courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Merit Systems Protection Board, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Board of Immigration Appeals, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Federal Courts of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of the United States. He has pursued legal matters in foreign courts in other countries and supports the ABA's Foreign Legal Consultants rule.
is one of the first two Civil Law Notaries appointed by the Alabama Secretary of State under Alabama's new civil law notarial statute. He serves as a Director of the National Association of Civil Law Notaries as well as the Alabama Association of Civil Law Notaries, and is a member of the International Union of Latin Notaries (UINL).
was the recipient of the 2004 Justice for Victims Award, presented annually by the Family Sunshine Center of Montgomery to recognize persons who assist abused spouses and children.
established the Alabama Center for Foreign Investment , L.L.C., Alabama's federally designated, statewide Regional Center, and was appointed its General Counsel in 2006.
is selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers In America, a peer review organization, in immigration law. The Best Lawyers in America is published by Woodward/White, Inc., and is available from www.bestlawyers.com.
About legal services
Campbell coordinates financial transactions, financing and bank loan arrangements,
commercial transactions, and employment and labor matters for his clients
in connection with U.S. visas and operations of foreign subsidiaries in
the United States. If you are interested in establishing a domestic
or international business in Alabama, please visit Mr. Campbell's links
to helpful Alabama economic development web sites: CLICK
HERE. If you represent a U.S. employer or a business outside
the United States that would like to hire persons with specialized skills,
or skilled foreign professionals, please CLICK
HERE. If you are interested in using our services, we recommend
that you request an intake questionnaire and describe your needs, and request
that an intake questionnaire be mailed to you.
For security reasons, Mr. Campbell does not provide online questionnaires or transmit confidential information via the Internet. Submission of a completed intake questionnaire enables Mr. Campbell to perform a free, initial legal evaluation and make recommendations. You may contact us about consulting Mr. Campbell in his official capacity as a Civil Law Notary to authenticate transactions, legal documents, or provide other civil law notarial services. You may schedule an appointment for a private legal consultation via telephone conference, or request an appointment to visit Mr. Campbell in his offices by calling (334) 832-9090, or you may send an e-mail message to us at the following address: SEND MAIL. For directions to our offices, please click on the following link: MAP
About language services
When language translation and interpretation services are required, Mr. Campbell uses the Linguist Databank of the International Assistance Project of Alabama, which offers linguists commanding more than 30 languages. Foreign-language speakers are available Monday through Friday, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. (Central Time), with a Spanish speaker onsite. Callers uncomfortable in speaking the English language who would like to talk with a lawyer personally may leave a voice message, after office hours, in their native language. Computer users may visit Mr. Campbell’s web site, or send an e-mail message to: SEND MAIL.
A graduate of Montgomery's public schools, Mr. Campbell earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 1974, a Master of Science degree in Journalism from Columbia University, New York, New York, in 1977, and his Juris Doctor degree from Jones School of Law, Montgomery, Alabama, in 1987.
Campbell was assigned to Fort
Benning, Georgia, where he attended Officer
Candidate School and was a Distinguished Military Graduate. He
has almost 12 years of enlisted and commissioned service in the Alabama
Army National Guard and in the U.S.
Army Reserve. He served as a staff officer with the 31st Support
Group of the 167th
Support Command, and as a Signal commander with the 142d
Signal Brigade, which can trace its history to the famous 4th
Alabama Regiment. Mr. Campbell was honorably discharged at the
rank of Captain. He served in South
Korea during Team
Spirit exercises in the late 1980s, in Panama
during the Nicaraguan counter-revolution in 1985, and in West
Germany in 1983 during the strategic
introduction of cruise missiles, which was accomplished with the cooperation
of the German government to persuade the Soviets to withdraw their intermediate-range
nuclear missiles targeting western Europe. His last assignment in
the U.S. Army Reserve
was with U.S. Central Command at MacDill
Air Force Base, Florida.
On Sept. 14, 2002, Mr. Campbell was awarded the Ehrenkreuz Silber medal (Silver Cross of Honor) by the Ministry of Defense of the Federal Republic of Germany for his service as a Goodwill Ambassador for the International Officer School at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, and for sponsoring the German Luftwaffe student at the Air Command and Staff College for many years.
Campbell was born in Wuerzburg, Germany,
in 1951 to Elizabeth DeLoach Campbell and the late Dr. Ewell Frederick
Campbell. He is married to the former Linda Marie Anderson, a social
work administrator. He and his wife have two daughters. His
civic interests include his service as Chairman of the International
Assistance Project of Alabama, Inc., and he served as Special Counsel
to the Alabama Jazz & Blues Federation.
His support for classical music is reflected in his work and support for
the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra.
He has been an active member of First
Baptist Church of Montgomery,
Alabama, since 1960, and supports its
Ministries and citizenship classes. He has served as an immigration
workshop leader for
Missions of the Alabama Baptist State
Convention and the Church
and Community Ministries Evangelism Unit of the North
American Mission Board of the Southern
From 1974 until 1988, Mr. Campbell was a professional journalist and was employed by the Columbus (Georgia) Enquirer, the Eufaula (Alabama) Tribune and Cuthbert (Georgia) Times and News-Record, and the St. Petersburg (Florida) Independent (defunct, now The St. Petersburg Times). In 1982, he served as an Alabama stringer for a then-new national newspaper, USA Today, and also served as a stringer for The New York Times from 1981 to 1988.
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Immigration Law Center, L.L.C.
P.O. Box 11032
Montgomery, Alabama 36111-0032
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Boyd F. Campbell, L.L.C.
Attorney and Civil Law Notary
100 North Union St., Suite 682-C
Montgomery, Alabama 36104-3702
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