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ATTORNEY PROFILE

Wynn Law Offices, LLC is committed to providing you with top notch legal support. We approach every client with a focus on integrity, advocacy, and understanding.

Attorney Angela Wynn has over 18 years experience practicing law.

She has been admitted to the Ohio Bar and Federal Courts.

She holds a Bachelors degree from The Ohio State University and Juris Doctorate from The University of Toledo College of Law.

Angela earned her Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Communication. Over the years, Angela has helped numerous  individuals defend against deportation as well as obtain green cards and citizenship. She has represented clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Immigration courts all over the United States.

Through her experience with a diverse range of clients and cases, Angela has developed a strong reputation in the legal community as an attorney who is extremely competent, highly-specialized, professional, caring, and personable.

She has been in private practice and also has experience as an attorney for the city of Toledo.

Attorney Wynn is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA.) Angela lived in Puerto Rico for six years and is fully fluent in Spanish. She is a graduate of Central Catholic High School in Toledo, Ohio. She was a member of the swim team at Ohio State University and represented Puerto Rico at the Carribean Games.


Areas of Practice include:

  • Naturalization, N-400
  • Consular Processing
  • Asylum (Affirmative and Defense)
  • Removal Defense
Bar Admissions:

Ohio, Federal Courts

Education:

The University of Toledo College of Law, Toledo, Ohio, Juris Doctorate

The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1996
Bachelors of Art
Major:  Communication


Professional Associations and Membership:


American Immigration Lawyers Association

Languages:

English, Spanish