About us

We pride ourself in having a diverse, multi-ethnic, and multi-generational team from various backgrounds who are passionate about helping those in need. Since we opened our doors in 2017 we have helped close to 1000 immigrants obtain their immigration benefits.

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We have served clients all over the World from over 64 different countries

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We have helped over 371 clients become U.S. citizens

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We have helped over 329 clients become Legal Permanent Residents through Family-based petitions

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We have helped over 114 clients obtain temporary Humanitarian Immigration Relief

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Immigration Attorney

I have been practicing since 2009. My previous practice areas were insurance and contract law. However, my passion has always been for vulnerable communities. Being the daughter of immigrants, I have experienced first hand the difficulties and prejudices immigrants face. My goal is to use my education and experience to help those in need of immigration assistance by providing competent and affordable immigration services. 

"Somewhere along the way, we must learn that there is nothing greater than to do something for others." - Martin Luther King Jr.

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Anna nguyen

DOJ Accredited Representative

I was born and raised in Ukraine where my Vietnamese parents immigrated in the 80s. I came to the U.S. when I was 18 years old and have gone through multiple non-immigrant and immigrant visa processes before I received my Accreditation. Immigration can often be a very stressful experience. My passion is to help immigrants understand their options, thrive in America and become valuable members of the community.

Languages: English, Vietnamese, Ukrainian, Russian

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yolanda rojas

DOJ Accredited Representative

I am a teacher and ESL coordinator at PCH at Putnam City Schools during the week and work as an Immigration Representative with Western Oaks part-time. I am originally from Colombia and fluent in both English and Spanish. Besides providing legal immigration services to those in need I am also a certified translator and provide our clients with English-Spanish document translations at an affordable cost.

Languages: English, Spanish

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General consultations

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Dr. arlita harris

Executive Director & DOJ accredited

Representative

Having retired from a career in municipal government, academia, and librarianship, I was surprised in 2015 when God told me to get involved in immigration. I began by leading our church study of "Welcoming the Stranger" and soon on June 1, 2017 I opened the Immigration Center at Western Oaks .

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Lydia marzouk

Office manager

I have been serving as the church’s Nazarene Missions International (NMI) President since 2015 and have also been serving as the Immigration Center Office Manager since August 2020. I bring with me 28 yrs. of public service experience in State Government Services. 

“Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy path” Proverbs 3:5-6

Languages: English, Spanish

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Media & Affiliations

  • accredited by the department of justice

    Don’t become a victim of immigration scams! If you need legal advice on immigration matters, make sure the person helping you is authorized to give legal advice. Only an attorney or an accredited representative working for a Department of Justice (DOJ) recognized organization can give you legal advice.

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  • World relief affiliate partners

    We are proud partners of World Relief who support Legal immigration services all over the nation. We receive excellent technical legal assistance and Department of Justice Recognition and Accreditation support. The World Relief team also provides legal updates, policy advisories, and ongoing legal training to World Relief ILS offices and affiliate nonprofit immigration legal services.

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  • featured in Oklahoman

    "Church center empowers immigrants to pursue, attain U.S. citizenship."

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    "Immigrant outreach: Church opens special center to aid immigrants."

    Read the Article (June 17, 2017) →

  • Nazarene compassionate ministries partners

    We are proud to be a Ministry under Nazarene Compassionate Ministries who walk alongside local churches in their efforts to meet the needs of children, families, and communities. Through partnerships, local congregations are changing the world.

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our process

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Step 1:  Consulation

Schedule your Consultation by calling us at 405-506-0346 or filling it out a questionnaire. We will screen you for Eligibility, give you a Checklist, and send you Questionnaires with basic questions.

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PAYMENT

Sign an agreement and pay the Service Fees. Once you submit the questionnaires and gather all the documentation needed, your representative will Work on your Application.

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Step 3:

REVIEW & Sign

We will schedule a Final Review and Sign appointment with you. We will Mail your application or Submit it Online, we give you a Copy for your own record.

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STEP 4:

RECEIPT NOTICE

You will get a Notice in the mail from USCIS about 2 weeks after with the Receipt Number you can use to Track the status of your case. If we filed your application Online, you will get a Receipt number Instantly

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Step 5: 

Biometrics

USCIS will schedule a date and time for your Biometric Appointment or re-use your old fingerprints.

The General Case Processing Time will vary from 2-24 months depending on the type of application you are filing.

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INTERVIEW PREP

If your application requires an Interview USCIS will send you an Interview Notice with the date and time.  We will prepare you and do a Mock Interview. This will help you avoid the most common mistakes made during immigration interviews.

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DEcision

USCIS officer will Adjudicate your case and send us a Decision Notice in the mail, following by your Green Card, Employment Authorization Card, or other documents.

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Step 8:

Congratulations!

Once the post office delivers your card we will call you to pick it up from our office. 

We will inform you when/if you need to renew your benefit or, if eligible, apply for naturalization to become a U.S. Citizen!

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HElp the vulnerable population access free legal services:



Refugees (Ukraine, Afghanistan)

Victims of Domestic Abuse (WAVA)

Victims of Crimes (U-Visa)

Victims of Human Trafficking (T-Visa)




Frequently asked questions


  • Our Hours are:

    Mon: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

    Tue: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

    Wed - Fri: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

    Saturday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  • We ARE NOT currently taking walk-ins. We require an appointment for a consultation. Please call us at 405-506-0346 or book your consultation appointment through our website.

  • Our legal fees range between 10-20% of standard fees you will pay when hiring a attorney at a private law firm.

  • Yes, besides preparing your application we also represent you at your interview before USCIS. The do not charge extra to represent you at the interview, it is included in your initial legal fees.

  • YES. If you are our client, we offer FREE Citizenship and ESL classes on Saturdays from 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM. 

    We are currently not offering Citizenship and ESL classes to non-clients due to our limited resources as a Non-profit.


  • Yes. We have Spanish Interpreters and Representatives on staff. 

    We also speak Vietnamese, Russian, Ukrainian and Malayalam.

  • Yes. We can help you request a copy of your lost documents with USCIS, CBP, Department of State or other agencies so you can have sufficient evidence to apply for an immigration benefit.