Dedicated Exclusively to Immigration & Nationality Law for 23 years!
Seattle / Redmond / Bellevue Immigration Lawyer:
Visas, Green Cards & Citizenship
Dedicated exclusively to questions of immigration and nationality law for 23 years, and with a background in international business, we un-complicate U.S. immigration for American and international businesses, unite families, and pull it all together.
From our very conveniently located office in north Bellevue, we assist and advocate for clients in Redmond, Bellevue, Kirkland, Seattle, and beyond, in fact worldwide, and at every level from USCIS and the Department of State, all the way up to and including the federal court of appeals. The majority of our clients are from Europe, Canada, Australia, and Asia, though we have helped clients from nearly every continent.
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Seattle Immigration Blog
The Wrong Advice Can Be Harmful
Taking the wrong action, even if done entirely by mistake, can result in added years to the process (and in some cases, can mean starting the process over).
This website and our Washington Immigration Center & Info. Blog have been created to provide helpful information, which, in many cases is different than the information that is “on the street.”
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is issuing a proposed new rule that would give certain international entrepreneurs temporary permission to be in the U.S. to start or develop their business here. If the rule, called the International Entrepreneur Rule, becomes final, it would allow the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to use its discretionaryRead More >>
Beginning May 26, 2015 certain individuals in H-4 status will be able to apply for employment authorization. I have been hearing a lot of misinformation regarding this new change, even including employers petitioning for change of status from H-1B to H-4 for an employee. Please note these true facts: Who Is Eligible: H-4 is aRead More >>
An Extreme Hardship Waiver Only Applies Where the Hardship Affects the Applicant’s U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident Parent or Spouse — Kids Don’t Count
Can a hardship to children who are US residents be the basis of an extreme hardship waiver? Read the story and outcome for one petition.Read More >>