Kenneth Ejene - Associate
Immigration Law Attorney
Kenneth Ejene was born and raised in Miami, Florida to parents who immigrated to the United States from Nigeria. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, Florida and his Juris Doctor from Barry University School of Law (Barry) in Orlando, Florida.
Kenneth is naturally empathetic. Being raised in Miami, one of the most diverse cities in the United States, and being raised by immigrant parents, has shaped his empathy especially towards the issues that concern immigrants. As such, Kenneth has a passion towards advocating for the rights of immigrants and human rights for all people.
While attending Barry, attorney Kenneth Ejene earned an Honors Litigation Certificate, offered free legal assistance to indigent residents in the Central Florida area, interned and volunteered in various firms and organizations that focused on the immigration and human rights such as the Pro Bono Project, Catholic Charities, and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Post law school, Kenneth has gained extensive experience in immigration law. His experience includes and is not limited to:
- American Citizenship;
- U.S. Visas; U.S. Green Cards;
- Deportation Defense;
- Political Asylum;
- Temporary Protected Status;
- Unlawful Presence waivers;
- and Board of Immigration Appeals.
Today, he continually broadens his immigration expertise and fervor for civil engagement so that he is able to not only assist clients with their various immigration matters, but to positively impact the community through passionate advocacy!
Practice Areas: Immigration Law