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Ral Obioha is best immigration attorney ever . She was quick , professional , on time ... Her quality of work is amazing . she got my 2 parents papers in 6 month and it was so easy transaction because she know what she doing , she gathered all paperwork needed and eliminated any issues or mistakes ... Don't look somewhere else , trust me , she worth every penny you spend . What you ask for more ???. Tell me which attorney respond to your phone call on weekend ?????????? She actually calls me on weekend , she work hard for you ... I really appreciate her a lot . I cant THANK HER enough .Mar 24, 2018Verified
Met Ral Obioha after entering a search on Thumbtack. I was looking for an immigration lawyer to help me after my fiancé was turned down at the embassy and I was happy that I began getting phone calls soon after completing the request. I took a few calls and and emails and had some options. I was trying to decide on some appointment times when the phone rang again and it was Ral. We talked, I went in to see her, and she went to work on my petition. I'm beyond pleased with how the process went. Ral seemed to work tirelessly and kept me moving with checklists, keeping me on track, and accommodating my busy work schedule. Our meetings felt more like two friends talking rather than an attorney and client. Ral listens intently and forgets nothing. I found her brilliant and the work she did, the package she put together for my waiver petition, was impressive. I'm absolutely satisfied that she put forth an excellent case for me. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend her for anyone needing help with an immigration case.Sep 25, 2017Verified
I went shopping for a qualified attorney to assist me and my spouse acquire a green card through the dv lottery with a pending asylum case. After talking and interacting with Ral since May 2018, I feel I've found the right person to handle our caae. She's just been awesome throughout the filing process. We now await our interview date. Let's see what happens.Jul 30, 2018Verified
I recently hired Ms. Obioha to handle an Adjustment of Status application for me. My wife and I had a deadline based on the order from the immigration judge. She responded past work hours and within 24 hours everything was done and perfectly too. Her and team are so easy to work with and stay calm even under pressure. They treated my case as if it were theirs. This is my first experience with a lawyer this genuine. I would recommend her to anyone who needs a lawyer.Sep 18, 2018Verified
I have just recently retained Ms. Obioha and she and her assistant have been very professional and communicative with me. I definitely feel that I chose the right attorney for my case. I look forward to our continued work together.Dec 26, 2018Verified
License Type: Notary Public (TX)
License Type: Attorney (TX)
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The first step is to schedule a consultation to get the details of the case. My ultimate goal during each consultation is to get to know each client and their specific legal need. Subsequently, I explain each possible legal relief the client is qualified for and offer, based on my expertise, the most viable plan of action that fits their specific legal needs. As soon as I am hired, I get to work immediately. The client gets a layout of our plan, as well as, a checklist of documents I need. Based on a mutually agreed timeline, I immediately start working earnestly on their case.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?My education is as follows: -Juris Doctor/ Howard University School of Law/ Washington, D.C. -Masters of Law (LL.M)/ Washington College of Law, American University/ Washington, D.C. -Bachelor of Science in History/ Eastern Mennonite University/ Virginia -Bachelor of Science in Psychology/ Eastern Mennonite University/ Virginia In addition to my education, I have over 12 years of legal experience and training, including positions held prior to going to law school as a Legal Assistant, Paralegal and Law Clerk.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I found inspiration for the law while interning for a non-governmental organization based in Nigeria called the Civil Resource Development and Documentation Center (CIRDDOC) as a paralegal in the summer of 2004. I got the rare opportunity to learn from various renowned international lawyers. I also met so many inspirational individuals. This experience inspired me to dedicate my life to legal advocacy, the empowerment of the dispossessed, and the quest for equality. With that in mind, I set a goal to study law, as it would equip me with the knowledge and tools to practice my passion for the law. That experience catapulted me into the legal profession,