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Immigration Attorney Laura Adjangba

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Laura Adjangba is an attorney whose practice focuses on Immigration law.  Laura has been practicing for the past 25 years and has successfully represented clients from over 45 countries throughout the U.S.  She obtained her law degree in 1996 at Temple University, Beasley School of Law, in Philadelphia.


Prior to law school, Laura worked as an Administrative Assistant in the Development and Fund-raising Department of the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights in New York. She also assisted attorneys monitoring human rights abuse in Africa and the Middle East.


After law school, Laura served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the late, Honorable June Strelecki, Superior Court Judge, Essex County Superior Court, Civil Division.


Before opening her practice, Laura worked as a Supervising Attorney for the Immigration Representation Project at Legal Services of New Jersey. In this capacity, she represented detained immigrants seeking asylum at the county jails and detention centers, and other immigrants throughout New Jersey.


Laura’s practice focuses on Family Immigration, V.A.W.A., Waivers, Naturalization, Removal defense and B.I.A. Appeals. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is very passionate about her work as an immigration attorney.


Laura is also the founder and president of Women Leaders in Action (W.L.A.), a non-profit organization, whose goals are to educate and empower women in self-development through conferences and seminars, and to raise funds and award scholarships to high school students going to college.


She is also a firm believer in the saying “To whom much is given, much is expected.” To that end, she mentors and motivates people to achieve their goals. Prior to COVID-19, Laura volunteered as a naturalization instructor at her local library, and assisted applicants with their applications for naturalization. She also volunteered at her church by crocheting and knitting prayer shawls and scarves for the sick and homeless. 


She is an avid reader and enjoys traveling around the world with her family. Laura is fluent in French and Italian, and conversant in Spanish. She is married and has two adult children.


Why Laura?