Seattle / Bellevue Immigration Lawyer:
Visas, Green Cards & Citizenship
Barbara Marcouiller has been an immigration attorney for more than 20 years. She and her firm are devoted entirely to helping clients in Seattle, Bellevue and beyond with citizenship, employment, and family-based immigration matters, and other immigration matters including asylum, DACA, and VAWA.
We help at all levels – from the initial petition with USCIS or the State Department through and including the Federal Court of Appeals. We don’t give up. We fought for one client for 8 years – going from the Immigration Judge to the Board of Immigration Appeals, back to the Immigration Judge, back to the Board of Immigration Appeals, to the Federal Court of Appeals, and back to the immigration judge who ruled for our client. Learn how we can help you!
Dedicated Exclusively to Matters of Immigration & Nationality Law
How Our Firm Helps
Your Matter is Important.We focus on helping one client at a time, so that each client’s matter is given proper attention. Our office does not mass produce documents. Immigration matters can be extremely complex. Your case and objectives will be unique. We will have a strategy session with you to review both the big picture and the immediate issue. We understand the incredible, even potentially life-changing, importance that immigration and visa matters have on the life of each person and their family. We give 100% of our attention to seek to achieve the best possible result for every client.
- Work-Based Immigration
- Family-Based Immigration
- Green Card
- The Wrong Help Can Hurt
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What Our Clients Say
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.”
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 >>