Ours is a Minneapolis-based firm with global reach. We have been privileged to represent individuals, families and businesses in all aspects of immigration law. Most of our clients are based in different states of the country and
overseas, and modern technology has made the distance insignificant. We partner with HR professionals and in-house counsel to deliver the most effective immigration law services to our clients. Visit our website to learn more about our firm.
Our experience range from the basic immigration petition complex immigration litigations. Among other things, we have handled various aspects of H1-B, PERM, Religious Workers, EB-5 Investor, Schedule A (Nurses) and Adjustment of Status applications. We believe that the U.S immigrations laws should work for our clients not against them.
Our attorneys and professional staff speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, French Igbo and Pidgin English.
Prior to law school, I was a candidate for the catholic priesthood. This background has been invaluable as we help various religious organizations and individuals with the ever-evolving area of Religous Worker and Special Immigrant (Religious Worker) petitions.
Thank you for reading about us and hope we can be of assistance to you.
Languages Spoken: Igbo
Licensed since 1996
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Paschal is an excellent attorney who is well recognized in the community for his experience, knowledge and expertise. He is the best manager/advocate and a real champion for his clients. A true leader in immigration law, in my opinion, he is the best immigration lawyer in MN.
Obi Chukwu Family Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|MN||Authorized to practice||1996||04/19/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Exceptional Law Firm||Volunteer Lawyers Network||2009|
|Certificate of Appreciation||Twin Cities World Refugee 2009||2009|
|Principal||Paschal Nwokocha Law Offices, LLC||1999 - Present|
|Assistant Attorney General||Minnesota Attorney General||1996 - 1999|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Board of Governors||2008 - Present|
|Minnesota State Bar Association||Member||2000 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||1999 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Minnesota/Dakotas chapter)||Chair||1999 - Present|
|William Mitchell Law Review||American Employment-Based Immigration Program In A Global Competitive Market Place: Need For Reform||2008|
|William Mitchell College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
|AILA Audio Seminar||How to Fight Monster Denials & What May Be Lurking in the Shadows||2014|
|AILA 2014 National Conference||"My Case is Denied": Why This is not the end of the line||2014|
|2014 Upper Midwest Immigration Law Conference||Crimmigration: What You Need to Know to Stay Out of Trouble||2014|
|Immigrants & Refugees: Navigating the Legal System||Immigrants & Refugees: Navigating the Legal System||2011|
|2011 Upper Midwest Conference||Chutes and Ladders: Winning Naturalization without Triggering an NTA||2011|
|AILA CLE||Solo/Small Firm Immigration Practice with Ethics||2010|
|2010 Upper Midwest Immigration Conference||Site Visit: H, R, L and the DOL||2010|
|Upper Midwest Immigration Conference||Religious Workers: Case and Regulatory Updates||2009|
|International Leadership Institute||International Immigration for Executives||2009|
|AILA 2009 National Annual Conference||Who Rules this town: Agencies that affect immigration||2009|
|Immigrants & Refugees: Navigating the Legal System||Immigration||2008|
|Religious Worker Rules Update||Religious Workers Rules Update||2007|