John Eluwa is a graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina and currently serving a term from 2014 to 2016 as a Board of Director for the Wake County Bar Association. Attorney Eluwa is eager to work with all Immigration cases, especially those TPS eligible nationals from Yemen who live in the United States.
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 Company (CP&L), now (Duke Progress Energy) Litigation Support Staff as a Case Manager in the early 1990’s. He founded the Law Offices of John Eluwa March 1995. The office was later incorporated as a Professional Limited Liability Corporation (PLLC) in 2003. He is a member and serves on various local bar organizations. He is also a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), a national bar association of thousands of attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law all over the globe.
In his efforts to continue in serving the general public, John Eluwa participates in and helps organize local immigration seminars. He renders other community services by contributing and participating in a non-profit radio (WSHA - Raleigh, NC) program where he also serves as a Community Advisory Board Member; and a local Raleigh Television Network (RTN - Raleigh, NC) show - Legal Eagles.