Elizabeth Wafula

Elizabeth Wafula

Law Office of E.M. Wafula, PLLC
  • Immigration Law, Divorce, Business Law
  • Tennessee
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Summary

An immigrant herself, Elizabeth Wafula, Esq., is a multi-lingual attorney offering services to immigrants as well as employers seeking to hire immigrants or retain immigrants. She is an immigration attorney practicing in Memphis, Nashville, and other surrounding areas.

Practice Areas
  • Immigration Law
  • Divorce
  • Business Law
Fees
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Tennessee
Languages
  • French: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney/Owner
Law Office of E.M. Wafula, PLLC
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Run immigration practice by researching & analyzing case law & statutes, drafting & filing various employment based (including H-2Bs) & family based petitions (including waivers), preparing clients for USCIS interviews, and in sum adequately representing each client.
Legal Intern
JJ Moore & Associates
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Aid family based immigration practice by researching & analyzing statutes, as well as drafting various documents such as provisional waivers for the attorney according to pertinent facts.
Education
Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University
J.D. (2012) | Law
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Activities: • Chase Law Advocacy Society (CSAS), elected board member and coordinator for Annual Closing Argument Competition • Toastmasters, member, and International Speech Contest, participant • Chase Law Advocacy Society; Opening Statement Competitions, participant • Toastmaster's Member • Penn State International Sale of Goods (CISG) Study Abroad in Italy
Lipscomb University
B.A. (2008) | French; Communications, Political Science
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Honors: Magna Cum Laude; Who's Who Among Colleges of America
Activities: • Prix Marceline Advanced French Student of the Year Award • President of the Multicultural Association • Study Abroad: University of Quebec, French Language & Culture
Legal Answers
13 Questions Answered

Q. My husband filed for divorce back in October. How do i find out if I am on the docket or where the process is at?
A: The county where he filed has a website with this information or you can contact an attorney. Y Visit www.wafulalaw.com for regular updates and listing of my legal services! Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. In Tennessee, am I able to file for divorce if we are separated and I'm pregnant with someone else's baby?
A: Yes, you seem to have grounds for divorce! You had grounds even without being pregnant for another man under "irreconcilable differences." Contact an attorney in your state ASAP for thorough advice on your situation and any options! Visit www.wafulalaw.com for a listing of my legal services and regular updates! Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. He said he is filing for divorce after agreeing to a separation ...I want to know my options. And my rights
A: Your question involves many issues and is detailed. For your own sake, contact an attorney in your area ASAP and obtain thorough advice on your options and rights! Visit www.wafulalaw.com for a listing of my legal services and regular updates! Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. Can I take action against my husband's lawyer?
A: Yes, your lawyer should be able to obtain a default judgment or other remedy through the court! This is definitely an issue your lawyer should be able to handle on his/her own. Speak to your attorney or obtain another attorney ASAP! Visit www.wafulalaw.com for listing of my services or regular updates. Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. I got my wife here from the Philippines. Will immigration put me in jail if I leave my wife?
A: I don't see why immigration would put you in Jail if your spouse is the immigrant and not you and definitely don't see why Immigration would do that if she is the aggressor. To better understand and clearly answer your question, contact an immigration attorney such as myself and obtain a thorough advice. You may also need to contact a divorce attorney in your state on the separation/divorce part of your question. Visit www.wafulalaw.com for a listing of my services and regular updates! Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. During my divorce from my wife, I was in a lot of mental distress. I agreed to paying 25,000, after 2 years and 7 months
A: the short answer is Yes, you can file for a modification of the spousal support order. Contact an attorney as soon as possible to receive information on the process and begin the process. Visit www.wafulalaw.com for a listinf of my legal services! Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. Can a judge legally order someone to have no contact with someone
A: Simple answer is Yes! That is possible depending on the circumstances and the type order, like a restraining order for instance! Visit www.wafulalaw.com for regular updates and a listing of my legal services! Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. I was arrested and took to hospital where the officers held me down why dr stick his fingers in my anus. Is this legal
A: Doesn't sound like it! Contact an attorney ASAP! Visit www.wafulalaw.com for regular updates and a listing of my services! Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
Q. I came to usa and bought a business. And applied for immigration. The person blackmailed me that I should pay him more.
A: Posting such a question is definitely not in your best interest. Obtaining an attorney as soon as possible and before you do anything else is in your best interest! Visit www.wafulalaw.com for regular updates and a listing of my services! Disclaimer: Any information given above is for educational purposes and is not intended to provide specific legal advice.
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3145 Hickory Hill Rd. Suite 203B
Memphis, TN 38115
USA
Telephone: (901) 614-9090