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About the Author

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Sékou Clarke is the founder of the Sekou Clarke Law Group. As an immigrant himself, he has firsthand experience with the intricacies and challenges navigating the U.S. Immigration system.

Sekou’s unique vision and personal experiences led to the birth of The Sekou Clarke Law Group. A full-service Immigration Law firm, providing services in Family Immigration, Large and Small Business Employment visas, Sports Visas, Investor Visas, Deportation Defense and Immigrant Injury.

Born in St. Andrew, Jamaica, Sekou’s work ethic and athletic ability earned him a full athletic Track and Field scholarship to the University of Florida where he was team captain, 10-time All-American, and helped the Gators to 2 National titles.

Sekou retired from Collegiate and International Track and field competitions, with a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Florida and a Master’s in Business Administration from St. Leo University. Sekou followed his dream to be an advocate for people whose voices needed to be heard and whose rights needed to be protected and pursued Law School. Sekou achieved his Juris Doctor Degree from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2016.

Sekou started his legal career as an associate attorney at a Personal Injury law Firm in Clermont, Florida. Soon after Sekou joined a Major law Firm in Downtown, Orlando, as an associate Personal injury attorney and the lead attorney for the firm’s Immigration Department.

Sekou’s experience working with Immigrants developed his passion for representation and honed a keen sense for litigation. The discipline and patience from Sekou’s sports background is evident in his zealous approach to fighting for his clients and his unyielding dedication in ensuring that his clients are adequately heard, represented and compensated.