Oke Okeregha

Immigration Lawyer

 

Oke is a dedicated, professional immigration lawyer with a wealth of experience in all aspects of Irish immigration law. Having worked with the Legal Aid Board Ireland for a number of years, she has been providing legal services, advice, information and representation on protection and immigration issues for over 15 years.

She currently manages the IAS office in Ireland with a caseload of over 150 clients and she has a proven track record of success in all areas of immigration law.

Background

Oke’s work in the immigration sector began in Ireland when she started volunteering for NASC at an immigrant support service, providing advice and support for people with asylum and immigration concerns. She moved on to work with the Vincentian Refugee Centre Dublin, providing information and support for refugees with asylum cases.

Oke is very passionate about her role as an immigration adviser and is dedicated to her clients and her team.

Experience

Oke has completed various training on most aspects of immigration law in Ireland. She has worked in the Immigration sector in Ireland for more than 15 years and has amassed a wealth of experience in all areas of immigration and asylum law during this time.

In the past, Oke worked at the Legal Office for Dorass Luimni, a migrant support non-governmental organisation where she set-up the legal services providing support and representations on protection and immigration issues. She has also trained a number of case-workers and legal interns on immigration law and process in Ireland.

Qualifications

LLb and BL from Nigeria where she practised as a lawyer for a number of years

Completed a LLm from the University College Cork

OISC accredited

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Carol

Very happy with the service. Would def. recommend!

Rui

Excellent so far.

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