Attorney Morenike Omole
Morenike Omole is the Founder of Omole Law Office. She is a Maryland licensed attorney who is very passionate about immigration and Naturalization law. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia, and later earned her Juris Doctorate from American University Washington College of Law. Attorney Omole is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, and Maryland Bar Association. She is fully licensed to represent clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Federal Courts, and the Board of Immigration Appeals. She has experience handling a wide array of immigration issues, including asylum cases, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, naturalization, and more.
Attorney Omole is in a unique position to assist clients with their immigration cases because she has also been through the process as an immigrant.
She fully understands the importance of obtaining and maintaining a legal status in the United States. She has compassion for her clients and aggressively represents them to achieve their desired results. She can help you decide the best approach for your case, prepare and submit applications, provide continuing legal advice, advocacy, and support throughout the processing of your case. Call Omole Law Office now to set up your legal consultation.
Morenike Omole is licensed to practice state law and represent clients in matters of state law in Maryland. She is not licensed to practice state law or represent clients in matters of state law in North Carolina. However, federal law authorizes attorney Omole to represent clients in immigration matters in North Carolina and throughout the United States.
"I hired Omole Law Office to help me through the process of my fiancé petition and visa application. Attorney Omole was very professional, supportive, and diligent throughout the process. She was very reliable and effective every step of the way! Thank you Omole Law Office."