Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC has successfully represented clients from numerous countries with immigration and criminal law issues for over 20 years. Call an Experienced Team and speak to them in English, Spanish, Igbo and Palauan.
Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC has successfully represented clients from numerous countries with immigration and criminal law issues for over 20 years. Need help with your business, family-based, removal and deportation matters? We understand how criminal charges and other matters can have a negative impact on your future. Our primary goal is to effectively represent our clients in achieving their desired result.
Other Practice Areas and Counties Covered: Criminal Defense, Traffic Violations, Personal Injury, and Uncontested Divorces in Wake, Durham, Franklin, Harnett, Johnston, Orange, Person, Sampson, and Wilson Counties.
If you are looking for a premier legal team to handle your immigration, traffic, personal injury and criminal defense issues, know that we are here for you! Our staff is multilingual, speaking fluent English, Spanish, Igbo and Palauan.
Raleigh Main Office
5 W. Hargett Street
Raleigh NC 27601
9:00am to 6:00pm
English, Spanish, Igbo, Palauan
Clinton Satellite Office
419-A Warsaw Road
Wilson Satellite Office
2270 Nash St., N.
The law offices have been open and practicing immigration and criminal defense law for more than two decades, representing clients in all Immigration Courts of the 50 States of the United States.
Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC provides consultation on the immigration consequences of conviction of crime, assists criminal defense attorneys in advising and defending clients in State District and Superior Courts. Assistance is also provided to immigration attorneys in representing their non-citizen clients who may be eligible for post conviction relief necessary for immigration benefits, (e.g., Green Cards, Naturalization, Other Visa Applications); also non-citizens facing Deportation / Removal Proceedings that may be seeking Relief in Immigration Court (e.g., Asylum, Cancellation of Removal, Adjustment of Status, Prosecutorial Discretion, DACA, Voluntary Departure, etc.).
At Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, we know firsthand the obstacles facing individuals and families as they engage with U.S. Immigration Law. Our practice is committed to helping people around the world move through the naturalization process.
Naturalization is the process by which a legal permanent resident can acquire U.S citizenship. To qualify, an immigrant must be a permanent resident for at least three years if married to a U.S. Citizen spouse, or five years if applying as an individual, and meet other eligibility requirements. Law Offices of John Eluywa, PLLC, can help guide you on the path to citizenship. We are the help you need to keep you on that path to become an American Citizen.
Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, has significant experience assisting families, businesses, and individuals obtain permanent visas to work and live in the U.S. We have a dedicated team of skilled professionals ready to assist you.
If you are an individual looking into the possibility of coming to the United States temporarily, it is important to work with a team of experienced attorneys here at Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, who can help you obtain your objectives.
Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, has been helping clients obtain visas to come to the U.S. for more than 20 years. We share a passion for immigration law and a commitment to helping clients through every aspect of their immigration cases. Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, can help you with a variety of options regarding your objective of coming to the United States.
The law offices have been open and practicing immigration law for more than two decades, representing clients in all Immigration issues, especially the acquisition of Permanent Residency.
Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, represents families who have applied for permanent residence for their spouses, children, and other close relatives; people seeking to lawfully enter and reside in the United States and later apply for citizenship. The law offices also works on behalf of businesses and industries that sponsor highly skilled foreign workers seeking to enter the United States in a temporary or in some cases on a permanent basis.
If you or someone close to you has been threatened with deportation, do not hesitate to contact Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC. Our team is prepared to protect you effectively when it matters most.
Removal proceedings, also known as deportation, are some of the most difficult matters in immigration law to argue. Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, understands how important the stakes are in removal proceedings, and Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC, will use our knowledge and experience to help you navigate these difficult circumstances.
Since 1995, the Law Offices of John Eluwa, PLLC (formerly Law Offices of John Eluwa) has been established solely to provide innovative outstanding quality for our clients. Personal attention is given to each of our clients legal issues. Trust is the most important factor in engaging a solid attorney-client relationship. We aim to create an effective trust which leads to a productive and mutually beneficial attorney-client relationship and successful results from that relationship. We also focus on maintaining our reputation by promoting professionalism and compliance in all aspects of our legal representation towards oiur clients and opposing counsel or organization.
To accomplish this, we use clear communication and prompt service. We narrow in on the clients' issues at hand and provide realistic solutions to their legal problems in a decisive manner. We have a dedicated team of skilled professionals that recognizes their needs, because their needs come first.
We are guided by the responsibility we have to represent our clients enthusiastically; we are dedicated; we are committed to counsel in order to decide, with the clients, how a matter should be resolved that favors them. By focusing on the philosophy, we can offer solutions that make all-around sense.
Although we always encourage clients to be familiar with their own cases, we also encourage those to always engage an attorney on all legal issues for their own personal protection.
Clients are encouraged to come in and have our office review documents for a fee. You will be able to retain the services of John Eluwa who has been an attorney for over twenty years, and he will review any documents you have already prepared thoroughly.
John Eluwa is licensed to practice law in all North Carolina State Courts, the United States Federal District Court of Eastern District of North Carolina; all Immigration Courts of the 50 States of the United States. Attorney Eluwa is also admitted and qualified as an Attorney and Counselor at Law with the United States Supreme Court.
He has been practicing immigration and criminal defense law for over two decades. He represents families who have applied for permanent residence for their spouses, children, and other immediate and close relatives; people seeking to lawfully enter and reside in the United States and later apply for citizenship. He also represents businesses and industries that sponsor highly skilled foreign workers seeking to enter the United States in a temporary or in some cases on a permanent basis. He represents and defends distressed people who find themselves in removal/deportation proceedings in Immigration Court.
In addition to immigration practice, John Eluwa is an experienced attorney who successfully represents many clients with various traffic violations and criminal charges, personal injury, juvenile delinquency, abuse neglect and dependency Law. He provides face-to-face consultations to clients both in the office and at locations pre-arranged with clients.
John Eluwa is a graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina. Prior to that, he graduated Cum Laude from Shaw University, earning is Bachelor of Arts degree. 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 1990âs. He founded the Law Offices of John Eluwa March 1995. The office was later incorporated as a Professional Limited Liability Corporation (PLLC) in 2003.
In his efforts to continue in serving the general public, John Eluwa participates in and helps organize local immigration seminars. He rendered other community services by contributing and participating in a non-profit radio (WSHA - Raleigh, NC) program where he was the Host of "Give Me Liberty, Give Me Law" on WSHA 88.9 Radio; he also served as a Community Advisory Board Member, and currently participates on a local Raleigh Television Network, RTN in Raleigh, NC, show called "Legal Eagles."
He is also host of a podcast called "What's the Law? Ask John Eluwa" which can be found at http://www.buzzsprout.com/600298.
Mr. Eluwa was chosen as North Carolina Lawyers Weekly 2016 Leaders in the Law Honoree.
Bar Number: 21672