Disclaimer: The cases and facts described in these testimonials are particular to the clients and the events involved.  Past results do not guarantee future success.

Elvis (Columbus, OH)

This is my first time ever writing a review. I write because I believe I need to say a big THANK YOU to Emmanuel Olawale.
My journey to citizenship started in 2006 when I filed to be a permanent resident. After my two-year probation green card expired I faced numerous immigration challenges. After my interview for the 10-year green card, I was put under deportation in 2010.  I consulted Emmanuel in 2010 after one local lawyer absconded with my hard earned money and did nothing.
It was a long process, but with tactical approach by Emmanuel, I had the deportation case terminated in 2014.
In summary I am glad to say I took my oath a two months ago. I am an American citizen now.
I will like to tell old and new clients of Emmanuel to be patient and work with him. Understanding the legal process will help you prevail. With God all things are possible. Amen!
Thank you Emmanuel”

 C. O (Columbus, Ohio)

My mother and I came to the United states in 2004 as visitors. My father had abandoned me and my mother. As such my mother has been the only support I have in my life.  After arrival, I attended High School  for 4 years and graduated in 2009 . After graduation I couldn’t take my education further  because of my immigration status. It was painful and sad seeing my mates going to colleges, and not being able to apply or go too, but I kept myself strong  by encouraging myself  and telling myself that all will be well.

A year later my mother got married  to my step-father. After their successful wedding, my father tried to help me and my mother to adjust our statuses in the U.S. When it came to that point, my family and I consulted one lawyer and all he could say to me was  that  there was no way out for  me, no remedy to my situation and that there was nothing he could do to help me.  He said that I was too old for my step-father to step up for me and help me in my situation.  When I  heard that from him, it just broke my heart and I lost all hope and I started wondering what my next step in life would be without a legal immigration status in the U.S. However, the lawyer gave me some other options, all of which were not in my best interest.

Not until I met the wonderful attorney Emmanuel was my hope restored , I was introduced to him by a family friend, when my mother had explained my case to that man  the man said “ you should’t worry” and that he was going to introduce us  to a great attorney called Emmanuel.

When I met Emmanuel and explained my situation to him, he made a statement that lifted my spirit, he said “don’t worry, you’ll get your status adjusted so that you can go to school.” When he had said that, it brought this great joy within my spirit  and it made my heart believe that that there was some hope for me.

I started the process on September 14, 2011. Everything seemed to be working out fast and smoothly from the time I applied. During the month of October I was called for a finger printing , and by God’s grace everything went well and by the time I realized a few days later, I received my employment authorization. It got to a point that I was  thinking that may be I was dreaming because the way things were beginning to work out, it almost seemed to be a dream.  On November 29, 2011, I had my interview. The interview process itself came and went so fast with few questions. The interviewer told me that my application would be approved.  Hearing that, I did not know if I should scream, shout or cry out of immense joy and happiness.  Six days  later  I received my Green Card in the mail. All that came to my mind at that time was that I’ll finally go to school and finally going to achieve my future goals without having anything blocking my way. The whole process took less than three months, what seems impossible for seven years.

I thank God for giving me a wonderful attorney known as Emmanuel. If I had not met him when I did, and waited additional three months, I would have been over age and lost the opportunity to get my Green Card through my father. Also, he was so supportive and encouraging while my application was pending.  He would call to check up on me making sure that I still kept myself strong. I thank God for his life everyday  for the great job that he does and for the help he gives to people who are in need.


Grateful Clients (Columbus, Ohio).

Dear Emmanuel Olawale, Esq.:

“This is a word of thanks and appreciation for all that you did and continue to do for us, not forgetting your tender heart of genuine love, concern, generosity, courage, unrivaled expertise, boldness, yet respectful presentation of the law in my removal proceedings.  You approached the different aspects of my case (lots of trips to Cleveland, writings and responses to letters and briefs) in a timely manner, never missing a deadline.

You boldly challenged the Government (DHS/ICE, Office of Chief Counsel and the USCIS local field office) when they revoked my approved visa and sought to take away from me the relief granted by the Immigration Judge. You fought relentlessly, presenting excellent briefs and convincing factual and legal arguments until you won all the the appeals.  You prevailed on the appeal filed by the DHS/ICE Office of Chief Counsel challenging the Immigration Judge’s decision; you also won the appeal you filed challenging the decision of the USCIS Columbus field office director revoking my visa after approval.

Your willingness to work with me and my wife as far as payments of your reasonable attorney’s fees was a big surprise to us as the case dragged on for years.

Lastly, though the proceedings seemed like long, unending series of battles, you patiently stood by us and finally saw us through all the proceedings victoriously.  Please keep on with your good work.

Oh! how I wish we can raise a platform to announce your name and your august law firm to multitudes.  I will continue to to recommend your great services to others.  Unfortunately, my wife and I want to stay anonymous because of the nature of our case.  We hope you wouldn’t mind our discreetness.”  Your Grateful Clients.

From the Osuobeni family, Westerville, OH

Emmanuel Olawale is a household name in the totality and veracity of that expression. We highly recommend him and his legal professionalism to all and sundry.  It took us seven years between 2003 and 2010 to finally see the light in the dark tunnel of our Green Card journey. Our original application was denied the first time in 2006 despite the fact that we thought we had a great entry into the US as well as a great immigration law firm in Cincinnati in our corner.

Navigating through the murky waters of incessant Employment Authorizations coupled with several Biometrical invitations to the well-known office downtown, with several thousands of Dollars expended at the end of the day, we somehow felt the need to change lawyers and Emmanuel Olawale was the first name that jumped to mind.

We contacted him and he put pen to paper and put his mouth where his money was equally worth; we refiled for the Green Card and we got it exactly 7 months later. So what took us 7 seven years to not get in our first painful try, we received in 7 quick months through Emmanuel Olawale.

Now we know better, that, there are really no big names out there because we found our “big name” right here in the city of Columbus. THE OLAWALE LAW FIRM IS THE NEW BIG NAME when it comes to intractable immigration issues. Emmanuel Olawale is our household name when it comes to USCIS matters. He can be yours too.

You will get a lot more than his asking fee. You’ll get friendship, truth and assurance. And when Emmanuel says your case is “personal,” you better believe him. You can take that to the bank! This man knows the law and the law knows him. Trust us, there are very few attorneys in town that fit into that legal bracket of a result-oriented law practice.

WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS LAWYER TO YOU. Trust us when we say it- he’ll add value to your life!

From A.M. (Dublin, Ohio) :  My case was pending for almost two years after I was involved in an auto accident caused by a reckless driver.  The insurance company refused to pay all my medical bills and pay me for pain and suffering.  Mr. Olawale became involved in my case shortly before the statute of limitations.  We had to file a lawsuit.  Mr. Olawale  represented me vigorously and fought hard against the insurance company and their lawyers.

Mr. Olawale tried my case before a jury.  The trial lasted about 3 days.  He communicated my plight to the jury in a way I never dreamed possible and had my eyes wet with tears and my heart filled with gratitude after his closing argument.  The jury ruled in my favor and awarded me my medical bills and money for pain and suffering.  I will recommend this lawyer to anyone who needs a competent lawyer, a lawyer who is willing to go the extra mile to fight for them and who is not afraid to stand to to toe against the insurance companies and go to court to argue their case.