Uzo Akpele was born and raised in Nigeria. In 1986, she began studying law at The University of Nigeria, graduating in 1990. In 1991, she was admitted into the Nigeria Bar. She moved to Georgia after graduation and studied at The University of Georgia School of Law, which she graduated from in 2000. Uzo focuses on immigration and business law and can assist her clients with a variety of concerns, including obtaining waivers, getting green cards for foreign employees, and assisting with family-based immigration.
"I love figuring out solutions that help people live and work in the United States."
As an immigrant herself, Uzo intimately understands the trials that are involved in the immigration process. Because of this, she works tirelessly not just to assist her clients with the process, but to educate them and make sure they feel confident moving forward. She provides a personalized touch to her services and makes sure that you are supported through every step of the process. Uzo is an active member of her community and is incredibly passionate about what she does. She is a lawyer, businesswoman, and mother, and often writes articles and gives lectures on immigration law. Recently, she has begun learning Spanish in order to better serve her clients.
Trust Uzo to help you when you need assistance with immigration. Call her today to learn more.
State Bar of Georgia
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
J.D. — University of Georgia School of Law
L.L.B. — University of Nigeria, Nsukka