Trustworthy Immigration and Business Attorney Located in Charlotte, North Carolina.
I can help You:
**Prepare and File Family basedGreen Card Applications
** Prepare and File U.S Citizenship Application
**Motion to Reopen or Reconsider if your GC denied
**Respond to Requests for Evidence
**Prepare for Immigration Interview
**Prepare and Review Immigration Forms
Client's Success is my Priority.
In 2020, there are several Immigration changes that could affect your eligibility and decrease your chances of success. An experienced immigration Attorney can make the difference between getting denied and losing money and time. I have kept up with all the new laws and will make sure you are always on the right track and on the path to success.
I am down to earth and Clients feel very comfortable sharing problems with me. Quality communication strengthens the bond between Attorney and client for best results.
- Immigration Law
- Business Law
- Google Duo
- Microsoft Teams
Free Discovery Call for 10 minutes. During this call, You have the opportunity to explain the question you have, send me any notices received from the USCIS and make an appointment for More detailed Consultation.
- Credit Cards Accepted
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Flat fee for immigration services. Family based green card application/deportation cases
- District of Columbia
- District of Columbia Bar
- ID Number: 1048933
- English: Spoken, Written
- French: Written
- Igbo: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Written
- Immigration Attorney
- U.S Immigration Legal Services
- - Current
- Prepare and File I-130 Petitions, Prepare and File I-485 Application, Prepare and File U.S Citizenship Application, Motion to Reopen or Reconsider Denied Green card Application, Respond to RFE from USCIS, Visa Extension Application, Consulate Processing for Immigrant Visa, Review Immigration Forms, Immigration Interview Preparation and Attendance, Discuss and Solve Problems for clients.
- Charlotte School of Law
- J.D. (2016) | Law
- Activities: Immigration Clinc
- District of Columbia Bar  # 1048933
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- Q. I have 10 years green card through my husband but now divorced have a child want to apply to citizenship.
- A: Hey, As long as your marriage was bonafide and you do not have any criminal records to make you ineligible you should be able to naturalize with no issues. Contact an immigration attorney for a full evaluation of your situation before proceeding to make sure you have all the supporting documents you need. **This is not Legal advice
- Q. How will the new covid-19 update from Trump administration for f-1 visa impact those with i-485 status?
- A: Hi, if you have already applied to adjust status, you are no longer considered an F1 student for the purpose of this new rule. This means that you can take your hybrid courses without worrying about leaving the U.S. or losing your F1 status. As a green card holder, you will be able to attend school in the U.S. It is definitely in your best interest to remain in the country till your process is finalized. This is not legal advice*** I will be happy to have a consultation with you regarding your adjustment of status.
- Q. I am marrying my fiance, who is an F1 visa holder. Is it possible to be married in the state of SC?
- A: Good morning. You can definitely marry your fiancé in SC or any state. There are no restrictions on where you can get married. After marriage, you can petition for your wife to adjust her status. Adjustment of status through marriage is my main practice area. Feel free to contact me for a consultation on what it takes to successfully adjust status to green card holder. Congratulations! This is not legal advice**