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You Don’t Have To Feel Like A Lost Child


Because the Journey is Just as Important as the Destination

If you are facing an immigration challenge, you don’t have to go it alone. At ERM Immigration Law, PLLC, we know that your future is 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.

From our offices in Seattle, ERM Immigration has clients all over the country and world. Our mission is to provide big-firm results with the personal care, quality, affordability and accessibility of a small firm.

Our practice at ERM is primarily focused on family-based and employment-based immigration matters, including:

  • Various types of adjustments of status
  • Consulate processing of preference categories
  • Reentry permits
  • Employment authorization
  • Asylum, survivors of domestic violence (VAWA) and refugee status
  • EB-1 visas
  • EB-2 National Interest Waivers (NIW)
  • Other U.S. immigration services

Serving Individuals, Families And Businesses In The Seattle Area

Family Immigration

Employment Immigration

Other Immigration Services

We Put Our Clients’ Goals First

Our favorite part of working in immigration law is learning our clients’ stories and building long-lasting relationships. We are dedicated to obtaining the best possible results for our clients and excel at finding creative solutions to the most challenging problems.

Whether looking for family immigration or employment immigration, we get to know your goals and then take the time to explain your options going forward. When we begin work on your case, many people come to ERM 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. Call our office or use the form below to schedule your consultation!

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