Anthony Nze-Nwosu | Oakland Immigration Lawyer
Attorney Anthony Nze-Nwosu has practiced immigration law for 11 years, during this period he has appeared in over 2000 cases. He founded US Immigration Services to provide immigrants with a law firm that is dedicated to protecting the rights of immigrants. Mr. Nze-Nwosu has extensive experience representing clients in virtually every area of immigration law in the United States, including working in the complex area of deportation and immigration detention. Mr. Nze-Nwosu has extensive immigration litigation experience, allowing him to successfully represent clients before Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and Federal Courts. Mr. Nze-Nwosu has continuously represented clients before the Bureau of U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services in connection to various immigration petitions. Mr. Nze-Nwosu dedicates a substantial portion of his immigration practice to appellate work such as appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and U.S.
While growing to meet the demands of a diverse and expanding client base, Mr. Nze-Nwosu’s core value still remains "handing all immigration cases with care". Immigration issues are very sensitive and complicated, as a result you need an experienced attorney like Mr. Nze-Nwosu to handle your matter, a simple error could be the difference in your case being granted or denied.
Member American Bar Association
Member American laws immigration association
Member New York Bar association
The effect of a criminal conviction
Deportation from the United States
Singh v. Holder
Ramirez v. Holder
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Honored for voluntary work to immigrants in 2009
1710 Hamilton Way, Suite B
San Jose, CA 95125
980 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95812
770 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
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