Enoch Bondzie has a burden, a consuming desire, and a passion to serve the needs of his clients. He goes about his work in the most professional, client-centered, and result-driven way as possible.
Enoch is a first-generation immigrant from Ghana, West Africa. He is very familiar with the struggles, confusions, and uncertainties that plague the lives of immigrants living here in the United States. On a regular basis he sees the struggle in the lives of family, friends, and acquaintances.
Enoch recognizes, as most immigrants do, that issues of immigration are survival issues with far reaching implications for individuals and their families. With this knowledge, experience, and the complexities of the immigration laws, Enoch considers it a privilege and a responsibility to be in the position to be able to offer the much needed help in navigating the terrain.
Enoch is currently licensed in Ohio but practices immigration law in all 50 states. He graduated from Capital University Law School in 2017, and was called to the Ohio bar in 2018. He has Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with Political Science from the University of Ghana, Legon.