Puget Sound Legal is an immigration law firm with offices in Tacoma and Bellevue, Washington. We help individuals and growing businesses locally and around the world reach their immigration goals.



Full case access 24/7.

Our web-based case management system allows clients to access their file any time, any place. Whether you’re down the street from our office or on the other side of the the world, your client file is never more than a click away. Easily upload the documents we need to complete your immigration application, and get our work delivered instantly to your computer or mobile device. Being paperless and web-based means we can provide excellent turn-around times to keep your case moving forward.



judge1Direct access to your attorney.

If you’re paying for a lawyer we think you should get a lawyer. At our firm Clients work with their attorney not with support personnel. From the day we begin a case you have the confidence of knowing your lawyer will be at your side until the process is completed. We are here to answer your questions and guide you step by step.




We make it easy to stay in touch with your lawyer. Send a secure message in our online case management system, drop us an email, or text message from your phone. We’re serious about getting back to you in a timely manner. Most messages will be returned the same business day, usually within hours.



video-callSkype consultations worldwide.

If you have an internet connection and a webcam we can bring competent legal advice to you. Every week we help clients around the United States and around the world. Whether you’re in a small town in the Midwest or a big city in India, we’re happy to meet by Skype to discuss your immigration goals. Is your fiancée or spouse living abroad? We use video conferencing to ensure they are part of the conversation as we work with you on your case.


Our Tacoma office

Our Bellevue Office

Live update from national conference: local immigration offices

This week I’ll be posting some live updates from the national conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  Listening in to a session on representing clients at local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration offices, with panelists Julie Emerick, Robert Casazza, and Regina Jefferies. For some notes about logistics of interviews at the local office in Seattle,…

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Live update from national conference: medical inadmissibility

This week I’ll be posting some live updates from the national conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  I’m sitting in on a great session on medical inadmissibility with speakers Laurel Scott, Eric Fleischmann and William Reich. Here are some notes: More people are found inadmissible on health-based grounds each year than because of prior…

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President Obama’s Executive Action

In the fall of 2014, President Obama announced a program, under his executive power, that would provide temporary protection from deportation to about 4 million adults in the United States. The program, Deferred Action for Parents of U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA), would provide work authorization and protection from deportation to parents of…

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