I worked with her on my green card in 2013. In the beginning, she was fantastic. Very helpful, very responsive, quick and really detailed. Until I get my green card. I had to return it, because there was a spelling error in my name. At the same time, she was in the process of leaving the Law Offices of BunmiI Awoniyi and opened her own office. From here on, working with her was a catastrophe. She did not respond to emails, did not pick up the phone, did not return messages. She had received all her money at this time so it matches what the other reviewer here says: once the payments were complete, she was invisible. I ended up taking care of the correction of my green card myself. To this date, I am waiting for some final paperwork that she said she usually sends out at the end of the green card application process which explains the next steps (removal of conditions, citizenship ..). The last three attempts to contact (phone, email) her were in early 2014 and have not been returned to this date.
Posted by a client
My experience with Ms Manning was great. From the very beginning she explained the whole process to me and my wife, she was honest and gave us real answers that were correct and not sugarcoated. In hindsight this was very important as we have had issues with other legal advice. Her rates were very reasonable and she answered any questions that we had during the process. We will use her again in the future with becoming a US citizen. I would recommend Ms Manning to anyone that is wanting a good attorney to help with their immigration case, she is a very helpful person.
Posted by a Immigration client
As soon as I hear this attorney's name, I get so irritated that I forget where to start on how unprofessional she is and how she does not respect her clients' time and urgency of their matters. I was working with this attorney on an immigration case and as soon as she received her money, she started neglecting my case. I was left in a jeopardy, she was not returning my call and emails, although I had an agreement with her that she will be working on my case until I receive my decision.
I wonder how she has survived in this business while she does not provide a satisfactory service to clients. Having a business is not about ripping off people's money and then hiding yourself to fulfill the duties you are paid for. Work ethic is essential for every attorney. I really hope no one falls in her trap like I did.