Today there was nationwide concern as it was discovered that a common encryption tool – OpenSSL – was vulnerable. Clients of Puget Sound Legal have access to their files via the LawLogix EDGE portal, which relies on this encryption method. But we have been assured by LawLogix that a security fix is being implemented this…Continue Reading →
Our practice areas.
Puget Sound Legal is an immigration law firm devoted exclusively to immigration law, including:
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
- Deportation defense in immigration court
- Family-based immigration visas
- Financial support under the I-864 Affidavit of Support
- Immigration waivers
- Hardship waivers
- Immigration for military families
- Naturalization - becoming a U.S. citizen
- Proving psychological hardship
- Green cards for family members
Contact us now.Contact
Call Puget Sound Legal and talk with an immigration lawyer: (425) 998-7046. If the lawyer is not available he will usually be able to return your call in a few minutes. Feel free to send us a text message. Or contact us using the form on this website.
Client website.Client portal
Clients may login here to access their case file through our secure online portal. This system is used to exchange secure messages and documents, allowing clients to stay up-to-date on their case status. Click here to learn more about how Puget Sound Legal uses technology to make immigration represtation more accessible to our cients.
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Clients may use the link below to make payments by credit card. Credit card payments are processed through LawPay, the leading provider of secure online payments for law firms. Enter "001" as the invoice number if you do not have an invoice.
Please note that we cannot accept immigration agency filing fees paid by credit cards. Please contact us for instructions on how these fees are paid.
Our Tacoma office
If you are a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) you’re welcome to join us for this upcoming free CLE in Seattle. I’ll be talking about free and low-cost technology for immigration law firms. Here’s the announcement from the Washington AILA Chapter: ——————————————– A reminder that the AILA Washington New Member Division is…Continue Reading →
I was honored to receive the annual Pro Bono Award from the Washington Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. It seems the award was based largely on our work for Andy and Hayley, a military couple treated unfairly at the U.S./Canadian border. Thanks to the Chapter for this recognition. Immigration attorneys in this organization…Continue Reading →
I was pleasantly surprised to be invited by Patrick Palace, president of the Washington State Bar Association, to join a new work group that looks at the future of law practice. The Future of the Legal Profession work group brings together leaders in the field of law and technology with innovative legal practitioners. Our goal…Continue Reading →
Below, please find the written materials for the January 6th continuing legal education talk for the Washington Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Greg McLawsen and Robert Gibbs will be discussing issues relating to the I-864, Affidavit of Support, including enforceability, calculating “quarters of work,” and the ethics of assisting co-sponsors. Greg has established…Continue Reading →
We have a great success story to share, of a young couple reunited just in time for Christmas. Andy is a active duty member of the U.S. army. He’s also a combat veteran who served a tour of duty in Kandahar Province, where he was in a special unit assigned to protect army leadership. Before…Continue Reading →