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Immigration Law Attorney Serving Shoreline, Washington Area

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  • U Visa:

    The U visa is a form of immigration relief for victims of crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and cooperate with law enforcement agencies in the investigation of certain qualified crimes. An approved U-visa application grants the applicant permission to live and work in the United States and provides a pathway to lawful permanent residency.

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  • VAWA:

    Under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), victims of domestic violence may "self-petition" for lawful permanent resident status without the cooperation of the abusive US citizen or legal permanent resident spouse, parent, or child. An approved VAWA self-petition provides the applicant with work authorization, protection from removal proceedings, and in some cases allows the applicant to apply for lawful permanent residency.

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Experienced Washington Lawyer Protects Immigrants’ Rights

Compassionate Shoreline attorney helps clients obtain visas

Immigration laws are constantly changing, and the process of obtaining a green card or non-immigrant visa has become longer and more difficult. If you are seeking a change to your immigration status, a lawyer at Rich Immigration, in Shoreline, Washington, can explain how the system works. We keep up with changes in the law to provide outstanding and compassionate legal support to clients throughout the state.

Immigration law firm helps clients pursue the American dream

We provide exemplary immigration law support to clients throughout the state of Washington in the following matters:

  • Citizenship — We assist persons seeking U.S. citizenship by helping to prepare the application for naturalization and advancing it through each step of the process.
  • Green cards — Applications for green cards may be impacted by factors such as marriage and employment experience. If you are seeking permanent resident status, we will develop the best strategy for obtaining a green card based on your unique circumstances.
  • Immigrant and nonimmigrant visas — Whether you want to reside permanently in the United States or stay here on a temporary basis for employment or other reasons, we will identify your options for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, such as the H-1B visa for workers in specialty occupations or the U visa for victims of crimes, and help you navigate the system.
  • Family-based immigration — If you are helping a family member immigrate to the United States, we will provide clear explanations of your family-based immigration options so you can make the right choice for your situation.

We look forward to helping you achieve your American dream.

Contact a dedicated attorney for help with your immigration law matter

To learn how Rich Immigration can help with your immigration law matter, please call our Shoreline, Washington office at 206-853-4073 or contact us online.


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