NOTICE: NEW ORDERS ON IMMIGRATION ARE ANTICIPATED - STAY INFORMED
Legal Permanant Residents:
From any country, if you are
asked to sign papers at the airport
DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING or you may
lose your Green Card. Politely ask to
see an immigration judge or to be
Navigating the US immigration system can make you feel like a lost child.
You don't have to go at this alone.
Emily Reber-Mariniello (ERM) is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law, a member of the Washington State Bar Association and American Immigration Lawyers Association. Since graduating, Emily has devoted 100% of her practice to immigration matters.
Emily has been through the immigration process with her own family, and is sympathetic to the unease and worry caused by immigration issues. At ERM, the goal is to not only get you the legal US status you desire, but also the ease of mind you deserve while in the process.
Practice at ERM tackles all immigration matters, including various types of adjustments of status, consular processing of preference categories, re-entry permits, employment authorization, asylum, VAWA, U-visa, DACA, waivers, removal of conditions, removal defense, administrative closures, and special immigrant’s visas, and more. Emily also accepts employment-based immigration and self-petitioner matters and offers consultation services.
The mission at ERM is to provide "big firm" quality with the personal care, attention, affordability, and accessibility of a small firm. Many people come to ERM after working with a large firm and are pleasantly surprised to learn that they not only can reach their attorney when they need to, but also that the quality of work and personal dedication to their case is far superior than at a big firm. Choosing the right firm for you is a personal matter; Emily knows that if you choose ERM you are choosing to put your future in her hands. Emily honors that trust by working for the best possible outcome in your case while providing the personal service you should expect when hiring an attorney.
Outside of gaining approvals for clients, Emily’s favorite part of practice is learning client stories and building long-lasting relationships. She is dedicated to obtaining the best possible results for her clients, and excels at finding creative solutions to immigration issues.