Welcome to Asonye & Associates
Asonye & Associates is a Chicago-based immigration and employment law firm committed to providing excellent legal services for clients in Chicago as well as throughout the United States. At Asonye & Associates, we will walk you through every step of your case and keep you informed throughout the process as excellent client relations is one of our top priorities. With over twenty years of experience, Uche Asonye, the founder of the firm, has been recognized by his peers as a Leading Attorney in areas of immigration and employment law.
Our dedicated and experienced immigration and employment attorneys are always available for consultation. If you are interested in representation or have questions regarding your rights, please call or email our office to schedule a confidential consultation.
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