Immigration Lawyer for Litigation Cases in Greenbelt, MD and the Surrounding Areas

If you have been denied an immigration benefit or are facing deportation or removal, Obineche Law Firm is here to represent your rights in court. When you contact us, you’ll get personal attention from an experienced immigration lawyer who has handled countless cases involving complex immigration matters. When matters cannot be resolved through administrative processes, we are prepared to pursue litigation in order to protect you. Our services are available to clients in Greenbelt, MD and the surrounding areas. 

We’re Not Afraid to Stand Up to the Government to Protect Your Rights

Litigation in federal court is becoming more common in immigration law. Our goal is to provide practical and effective solutions to complex immigration issues. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of non-citizens or those who are perceived as non-citizens. We understand the obstacles commonly faced in immigration matters and know how to fight for a favorable outcome in a variety of situations. 


We assist clients with:


  • Petitions for review
  • Defense against removal
  • Writs of Mandamus 
  • Challenging unreasonable delays in green card/citizenship applications
  • Habeas Corpus petitions
  • + More 

Request Your Free Initial Consultation Today

If you or a loved one is dealing with a confusing and frustrating immigration matter, don’t fear; contact Obineche Law firm and get the legal guidance you need to protect your rights. We will provide compassionate support, honest advice, and aggressive representation in court. Call or fill out our contact form today to request your free initial consultation and find out how we can help you.

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