A thunderous round of applause goes to immigration powerhouse Ifeoma Odunlami and the entire Odunlami Law Firm team! Odunlami Law soared in the prestigious Law Firm 500, and was honored with the 36th spot on the 2023 Law Firm 500 list of fastest-growing law firms in the U.S., with a remarkable 183% growth surge!
What Is The Law Firm 500?
The prestigious Law Firm 500 spotlights exceptional firms across the nation that have achieved the highest levels of success and “hold the highest standards for success and service”. These honorees are recognized for their growth, strategic vision and unwavering commitment to excellence.
Odunlami Law: Championing Dreams, Nationwide
Located in vibrant New Jersey, Odunlami Law extends its expertise far beyond state lines, proudly serving clients in all 50 states. Their mission? To empower immigrants, illuminate pathways to success, and turn cherished American dreams into vibrant realities.
Specializing in areas like VAWA, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status or SIJS, U-Visa, K-Visa, and Family-Based Immigration, their team stands by the side of individuals and families navigating the often complex immigration legal landscape.
Leading the Charge: Ifeoma Odunlami, an Immigrant Success Story
Ifeoma’s journey embodies the very spirit of Odunlami Law. Having migrated from Nigeria at 20, she remembers “arriving at JFK, alone and yearning to become a lawyer who champions others.”
Her own immigration odyssey – from F-1 student to U.S. citizen – was guided by the dedication of immigration lawyers. Now, she extends that same helping hand to others, ensuring they too can carve their own American stories.
Read more about Ifeoma’s inspiring journey here.
Odunlami Law’s unwavering commitment to empowering immigrants remains its North Star. They look forward to another year of championing dreams and leaving a lasting impact on lives transformed.
Do You Need Help With Immigration? Call Odunlami Law Today
Areas of Immigration Law:
- Naturalization (Citizenship) Application
- Immigrant Relative Petitions
- Fiancé Visa Applications
- Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing
- Criminal Consequences and Deportation Defense
- Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Application
- Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
- Green Card Renewals
- Temporary Work Visas
- Temporary Protected Status
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals