Law Office of Oti W. Nwosu, LLC

Immigration and Personal Injury Attorneys

Arlington VA – Baltimore MD

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Caring & Dedicated Attorneys

Oti W. Nwosu, LLC, Arlington VA – Immigration Outreach, Baltimore MD

Welcome to The Law Office of Oti W. Nwosu. We are a diverse team of dedicated and caring attorneys, legal assistants, paralegals, and law clerks with extensive experience in several substantive areas of the law. Our legal team includes attorneys licensed to practice in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, in addition to foreign-trained lawyers, staff members and ambitious legal interns.

Family Green Cards

Immediate Relatives

Fiancée and Spouse Visas

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Deportation Defense

Cancellation of Removal

601-A Waivers

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Immigration Appeals

Denied Visa Applications

Board of Immigration Appeals

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Political Asylum

Withholding of Removal

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Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Litigation & Appeals

Accidents & Personal Injury

Personal injury occurs where you have suffered some form of injury, either physical or psychological, as a result of an accident.

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Family Law & Other Areas

Family law is an area of the law that deals with family-related matters and domestic relations. Many times Family Law is often intense and…

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Medical Malpractice

When Injury or illness requires a visit to a physician or hospital, you can generally rest secured  that a medical professional’s years of …

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Criminal Law

Please contact us today to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney if you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony in Maryland …

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What Our Customers Say

“Oti is so great at what she does. I definitely will recommend her awesome services to everyone.”
Jane S.

“Oti helped my application for Citizenship get back on the right track. Thank you! ”
Jennifer B.

Important Message for DACA Applicants:

The new Administration ordered an end to the DACA program that shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation. While the Administration urges Congress to pass a replacement before he begins phasing out its protections in six months, future is uncertain. Contact us to discuss your options.