When results matter, experience counts. I have practiced immigration law for over 35... more
When results matter, experience counts. I have practiced immigration law for over 35 years and have represented thousands of individuals in immigration matters from family to employment based immigration, green cards, U.S. citizenship and in deportation and removal proceedings. Choosing an immigration lawyer to represent you in immigration matters before USCIS or the Immigration Court is ... view profile
I have a passion for helping real people to solve their individual problems. Each... more
I have a passion for helping real people to solve their individual problems. Each person has a different set of circumstances and no two clients are the same. This presents a great challenge but also great reward in success.
A former immigration attorney for the government, I am now in private practice using... more
A former immigration attorney for the government, I am now in private practice using my extensive knowledge of the immigration law to benefit my clients. I have significant experience in various areas of immigration law including visas, green cards, removal proceedings, employer sanctions cases, and citizenship. Having prosecuted immigration cases for the government for almost 4 years, I am fa... view profile
John Eluwa is a graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law, Durham,... more
John Eluwa is a graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina. His earlier beginnings were working as a Legal Intern for the former East Central Community Legal Services; a Real Property Title Researcher for Durham County Engineering Department; an Associate with the former Jones & Avery Attorneys at Law Firm; and later joined Carolina Power and Light Compa... view profile
Immigration attorneys (sometimes called “green card lawyers”) represent people who want to come to the United States, whether it be for schooling, work, or just a visit. Immigration lawyers can also help “illegal” immigrants found living in the U.S. without permission. Immigration laws govern who can enter the U.S., how long they can stay, what they can do while they are here, and how they can become American citizens. If you are not a U.S. citizen and want to apply for a green card or other visa, or if you are already in the U.S. and have been threatened with deportation, an immigration lawyer can help you.