Attorney Profile

Atlanta Immigration Lawyer Victor Ifeanyi Okeke

victorVictor Okeke’s law office is exclusively devoted to the practice of Immigration Law. Because immigration laws and regulations are frequently changing you want an attorney who is 100% focused in this field.

Victor is an active member of the State Bar of California, having been admitted to the Supreme Court of California. He is also admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the Eleventh Circuit. Victor represents clients before Immigration Courts across the United States and also before the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Victor attended the University of Nigeria from where he obtained his Law Degree. He subsequently attended the Nigerian Law School and was admitted as a Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. Whilst at the Law School, Victor won the prestigious Debo Akande Prize for the best student in Criminal Procedure Law in 1987. He practiced law in Nigeria for almost a decade before he came to the United States.

Being an immigrant himself, Victor is in a unique position to understand what you may be going through and experiencing as an immigrant. Victor will give you the dedicated and personal service that you deserve, handle your matter personally, return all your calls promptly and keep you abreast of all developments.

Professional Associations

  • Member American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Member State Bar of California
  • Member Nigeria Bar Association

If you need the assistance of an attorney focused exclusively to immigration law regarding any of the following type of issues, feel free to call the Law Office for a consultation. The Office charges $150.00 for an initial consultation.

  • Adjustment of Status Applications (Before the USCIS or before an Immigration Judge)
  • Consular Processing for Immigrant Visas
  • Non Immigrant Visa Applications such as those for a visitor, student, athlete, entertainer, temporary workers
  • K Visa issues
  • Diversity Visa issues
  • Visa Waiver Program (VWP)
  • Change/Extension of Status
  • Prosecutorial Discretion Applications following current guidelines
  • Motions to Reopen before Immigration Courts or the BIA (due to new relief, changed circumstances or in absentia order)
  • Response to RFE/NOID
  • U Visa/VAWA 360/VAWA 751
  • Asylum Applications (Affirmative and Defensive)
  • Withholding of Removal
  • Relief and Protection under the Convention Against Torture
  • LPR Cancellation
  • Non LPR Cancellation
  • Deferred Action
  • Voluntary Departure
  • Affidavit of Support Issues
  • CSPA issues
  • Waivers including I-601A Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers
  • I-751 Waivers
  • Detention and Bond Eligibility Issues
  • Issues with Convictions (CIMTs, aggravated felonies and other deportable convictions)
  • Lawful Readmission subsequent to Deportation
  • BIA Appeals
  • Petitions for Review
  • Citizenship by Naturalization
  • Citizenship by Derivation