Adapt and Overcome

"Emily is a great wealth of knowledge in her field. We were needing help with the process of spouse petition and getting immigration handled for my wife. She was easy to work with and helped us through everything and was really reasonable in her fees. I would highly recommend her."



- David H.

"Emily is AMAZING. I've encountered lots of attorneys who would not provide me with any advices without pricey consultation fees, not just that, they seem to make situations sound worse than they actually are. Emily has been very honest, and advised me the best way to approach my immigration needs, even if it's not to her best benefit.. so, look no further!!"

- Krista Gail

"Emily was amazing! She worked hard and diligently on me and my husband's case and was available any time I had questions or concerns. I HIGHLY recommend her as your immigration lawyer. She made the entire process extremely relaxing and that's something I was looking for in a lawyer. Thanks again, Emily! You're the best. :)"

- Angela

Committed to helping businesses and families get the results you should expect when hiring an attorney.

ERM Immigration Law, PLLC, was founded by managing attorney, Emily Reber-Mariniello, in May of 2012 in San Francisco, California, until the firm relocated to Seattle, Washington, in 2015. Although located in Seattle, ERM has clients all over the country and world. The mission at ERM is to provide "big firm" results with the personal care, quality, 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. At ERM we know that if you choose us you are choosing to put your future in our hands. We honor that trust by working for the best possible outcome in your case while providing the personal service you should expect when hiring an attorney.

Emily Reber-Mariniello
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Services Offered

Family - Based Matters

  • Green Card Applications (I-485)
  • Removal of Conditions and Form I-751 Signature Waivers
  • Consular Processing
  • Preference Category Processing (I-130)
  • Follow-to-Join Benefits
  • 245(i) Life Act Adjustment of Status
  • K-1 Fiance Visa
  • Employment Authorization
  • Reentry Permits and Advance Parole
  • U-Visa, Asylum, DACA, SIV, and VAWA Cases
  • Appeals and Motions to Reopen and Reconsider
  • Various Adjustments of Status and Changes in Status
  • Emergency Filings In Response to RFE's, NOID's and Denials
  • Naturalization
  • Derivative Citizenship

Employment - Based Matters

  • EB1(A)-(C) Aliens of Extraordinary Ability (Green Card)
  • National Interest Waiver (NIW Green Card)
  • H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, H-1B1, and H-3 Temporary Worker Visas
  • O-1 / O-2 Visa for Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement
  • E-1 Treaty Trader Visa
  • E-2 Treaty Investor Visa
  • TN NAFTA Professional
  • R-1 Religious Workers
  • P Visas for Athletes, Coaches, Artists and Performers
  • Derivative Beneficiary Applications
  • Extensions or Changes of Non-Immigrant Status
  • Employee Adjustment of Status Packages and Interview Appearances

Additional Services are also provided upon request. Please call today to speak with an attorney about your case immediately.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A: | No. The Trump administration will no longer accept initial DACA applications after September 5, 2017.

A: | DACA employment authorization documents (also known as work permits) will generally continue to be valid until their expiration dates. For more information about your rights as an employee see this advisory: https://www.nilc.org/issues/daca/daca-and-workplace-rights/

A: | Applications submitted before September 5, 2017, it will be processed normally by USCIS. Renewal applications must be submitted by October 5, 2017 in order to be considered by USCIS.

A: | A SSN is a valid SSN number for life, even once work permit and DACA approval expire. If you have not yet applied for your valid SSN, find your nearest Social Security Administration office at https://www.ssa.gov/denver/ or by calling 1-800-772-1213 and apply immediately.

A: | A driver’s license or state identification card will continue to be valid until it expires. If you have not applied for a driver’s license or state ID card with your valid DACA work permit, do so immediately.

A: | Now, even minor criminal arrests or convictions can lead to placement into deportation proceedings or complicate your future immigration options. Before you plead guilty to ANY criminal charge, no matter how minor it may seem, be sure to consult with a trusted criminal defense attorney who understands the potential immigration consequences of your case.

Contact ERM Today

105 14th Ave Suite 110, Seattle, WA 98122

Phone: 206-832-2557 Fax: 206-858-8098

Office Hours:
M-F 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM