NexGenMigrant is owned and operated by AmpLaw, PLLC – a full-service boutique immigration law firm. At AmpLaw, we specialize in bringing immigration law to your corner. We know that the immigration process can sometimes be overwhelming, confusing, and frustrating. We are dedicated to providing practical and tangible results so that you can thrive in every aspect of your immigration needs.
Ms. Sussana Ampem was born and raised in Ghana, West Africa, and immigrated to the United States with her family when she was six years old. With two generations of immigrants in her family, Ms. Ampem understands the frustrations and challenges that come with relocating one’s family to the United States. Because of her personal experience going through the immigration process, Ms. Ampem has always known that she wanted to become an attorney to work on behalf of those who did not have a voice in the American legal system.
Ms. Ampem is an Immigration lawyer who counsels and guides immigrants and their family members through the American Immigration and Naturalization process. Her desire to help immigrants is evident in her compassion and empathy toward her clients and the passion she has for helping them reach their American dreams. Having traveled and been exposed to a variety of cultures and languages, she has a deep appreciation for the important role immigrants play in American society. And, is committed to making her services efficient, professional, and client-centered.
Relocating or reuniting your family can be a challenging process. Because we have been through it, we know how to navigate the system to provide you with the best outcome for your family’s immigration needs.
Whether you are looking to grow your business, take on investments, or obtain a work visa we can provide you with expert advice and guidance. Our practice is client-centered and combines innovation with personal attention, and industry knowledge to support your business immigration goals.
If you are in need of protection for emergency or humanitarian reasons, we are here to help. There are a variety of ways by which you can attain legal status in the United States and some of those pathways are designed to protect those who initially would have been unable to enter or remain in the U.S.