If you are referring to LASIK surgery, I may have some info for you. I do not have albinism, but I have had LASIK surgery.
According to the surgeon's office who performed LASIK on me, they can and have performed LASIK on people with albinism/nystagmus. According to him, LASIK can (not always will) get you corrected to your best corrected vision so that you do not have to wear glasses/contacts. It will not, of course, correct anything that is not a refractive error. So, any problems you have with vision that are currently not corrected with glasses/contacts will not be corrected by the laser.
One word of caution: do your reasearch. I am not a completely happy LASIK patient because of the side effects and loss of functional vision I now have especially driving at night. I was very farsighted and had a lot of astigmatism before the surgery. I now have problems driving at night because of glare and halos that surround lights. I also was undercorrected, so I still wear glasses. I am not sure if I want an enhancement procedure done to try and get me to 20/20 given the problems I am having with night driving, even though an enhancment is supposedly going to help with that.
Just my personal experience, but I hope this answers some of your questions!