Ayesha Chidolue is the founder of The Chidolue Law Firm, PLLC, a law firm that services, businesses, families, and individuals. Ayesha’s whole life has been uniquely interwoven between the entrepreneurship path and immigrant experience. Coming from a long line of business owners including her 84-year-old grandmother who still owns a little jewelry shop in the eastern part of Nigeria and a mother who owns businesses in the United States, Ayesha learned entrepreneurship from an early age and became one herself for the first time when she started a wedding photography business while working full-time as a Securities Litigation Attorney on Wall Street in New York, so it’s safe to say business ownership runs in her DNA.
Additionally, as a first-generation immigrant, born to American educated Nigerian microbiology professor father and Nigerian pharmacist mother, who were both working in America on employment-based visas, she got to experience first hand the good fortune of United States citizenship by virtue of her birth in this country. However, her youngest brother was not so lucky and was born after her family relocated back to Nigeria and it took him 16 long years from the onset of his application to become a U.S. Green Card holder although his entire family had all become United States citizens. To say that it was a long, painful and frustrating journey would be an understatement. This was the catalyst that led her to her quest of helping other individuals, families and businesses on their journey of immigrating and living the American dream by providing effective legal counsel and direction in making that dream a reality.
These experiences collectively are why Ayesha Chidolue provides a dynamic and diverse approach to various small businesses and immigration needs. As an entrepreneur and an immigrant, Ayesha understands the intricacies involved in getting a start-up business up and running as well as the opportunities that this great United States provides through legal immigration for both investors, families, students, and individuals with extraordinary or exceptional talent like her own father and mother.
Ayesha Chidolue has been a licensed attorney since 2006. She is a graduate of The George Washington University Law School, and also holds a Masters in Human Resources from Rollins College. Ayesha is currently licensed to practice law in the state of Florida and New York.
Ayesha is a proud member of the Seminole County community, where she currently lives and practices law. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, taking photographs, party planning and trying new restaurants.
The Florida Bar
New York State Bar Association
Seminole County Bar Association
Seminole County Regional Chambers of Commerce
The George Washington University Law, J.D
Rollins College, MHR, Honors
Binghamton University, B.A