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Cletus Martin Weber

Cletus Martin Weber

also known as Cletus M. Weber

Practice areas:

Immigration

Cletus Weber

About Me

Languages Spoken: Mandarin

Practice Areas

Licensed since 1990

  1. Immigration: 100%

Payment

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

2 total

  • Rodrigo Sebastian Da Silva

    I endorse Cletus Weber for his expertise in the complex field of EB-5 immigration. He is a trusted and reliable attorney that other immigration attorneys like myself look up to.

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    Rodrigo Da Silva Litigation Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Thomas Roach

    I endorse this lawyer wholeheartedly. I've know Cletus for over 15 years. My practice is about 80% family-based and 20% employment-based. When I run into new issues with employment-based matters I ALWAYS consult with Cletus and his wife and partner, Elizabeth, because they are two of the best immigration attorneys IN THE COUNTRY. In additon to Cletus mentoring me I refer all my employment-based cases beyond my ken to Cletus and Elizabeth because I can rely on them to do a first-class job for people I send to them.

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    Thomas Roach Immigration Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Peng & Weber

3035 Island Crest Way
Suite 200
Mercer Island, WA, 98040-2919

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
WAActive199005/05/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
President’s Commendation for outstanding leadershipAmerican Immigration Lawyers Association2012

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Co-Founder, Managing Member, LawyerPeng & Weber, PLLC, Attorneys at Law1992 - Present

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Immigration Lawyers AssociationChair of National Board of Publications2011 - Present
American Immigration Lawyers AssociationMember, National EB-5 Conference Committee2010 - Present
Washington State Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers AssociationImmediate Past Chair2006 - 2007
Washington State Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers AssociationChair2005 - 2006
Washington State Bar Association, Law Office Management Assistance Program CommitteeMember2002 - 2005
Washington State Chapter of AILAExecutive Committee2001 - 2008
AILA Washington ChapterWebmaster1999 - 2004

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
2012 AILA EB-5 Conference Workbook (American Immigration Lawyers Association, 2012) (Conference workbook for AILA's EB-5 law and practice workshops)Editor (with David M. Morris)2012
AILA's Guide to PERM Labor Certification: AILA's Manual on PERM Labor Certification: Strategies, Samples, and Guidance for Achieving Success (American Immigration Lawyers Association 2011).Editor-in-Chief2011
Immigration Options for Investors & Entrepreneurs, 2nd Edition (American Immigration Lawyers Association 2010)Associate Editor2010
Immigration Practice Pointers: Tips for Handling Complex Cases (American Immigration Lawyers Association 2010, 2011, and 2012)Associate Editor2010
Immigration Options for Physicians, 3rd Edition (American Immigration Lawyers Association 2009)C. Weber, "For H-1B Cap Exemptions, 'Related or Affiliated' is Pretty Close to Where It's 'At'"2009
Immigration & Nationality HandbookD. Jones, R. Auerbach & C. Weber, "Technology for the Immigration Practitioner"2006
9 Bender's Immigration BulletinC. Weber, "Immigration Without Labor Certification: When and Why to File an EB-1 or NIW Petition"2004
Homeland Security, Business Immigration: The Challenges of Practicing In Today's Recessionary EnvironmentC. Weber & R. Wada, "National Interest Waivers - a 2002 Practice Update"2003
AILA's Guide to Technology and Legal Research for the Immigration Lawyer, 3d EdG. Walther & C. Weber, "Part 1 — General Automation Issues"2003
AILA's Guide to Technology and Legal Research for the Immigration Lawyer, 3d EdG. Walther & C. Weber, "Part 2 — Creating and Using Your Own Website"2003
7 Bender's Immigration BulletinC. Weber & R. Wada, "National Interest Waivers - a 2002 Practice Update"2002

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
George Washington UniversityLawJD - Juris Doctor (Managing Editor Law Review)1989
College of William and MaryBusiness AdministrationBBA - Bachelor of Business Administration (Beta Gamma Sigma)1986

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
The EB-5 Workshop, Immigration Lawyers on the Web (ilw.com), Orlando, FloridaPanelist, "EB-5 and Investments Through a Broader Lens"2012
Overseas Funding (EB-5 & FDI) Workshops, OverseasFunding.com, Orlando, FloridaPanelist, "Overseas Funding: EB-5 & Foreign Direct Investment, Institutional & Non-Institutional EB-5 and Investments Through a Broader Lens"2012
EB-5 Investors & Regional Centers—A Practice Skills Workshop, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Nassau, BahamasDiscussion Leader, "How EB-5 Really Works: Achieving Success and Staying Out of Trouble"2012
July 14, 2011 National Teleconference on TN Visas (American Immigration Lawyers Association)Discussion Leader, "But I Thought I Just Needed a Letter! Coping with Tricky TN Issues at the Border"2011
EB-5 Investors & Regional Centers—Navigating Through New Challenges and Building a Sound Practice, AILA, San Antonio, TexasDiscussion Leader, "'Where, Investor, Are You From?'—Country Specific Issues"2011
EB-5 Investors & Regional Centers—Emerging Issues & Winning Strategies for Your Clients and Your Practice (AILA), Las Vegas, NVDiscussion Leader, "Preparing the EB-5 Case—Practice Tips and Documentation"2011
AILA Northwest Regional Immigration Law Conference, Portland, OregonPanelist, "Problems and Strategies for Dealing with Prolonged Backlogs"2011
November 4, 2010 National Teleconference on Allied Health Care Professionals (American Immigration Lawyers Association)Discussion Leader, "Allied Health Care Professionals"2010
National Special Topics Conference on Investing in America—Making EB-5 Work for Your Clients & Your Practice (AILA), Boston, MADiscussion Leader, "Analyzing the Case—Determining if EB-5 (Or Something Else) is the Best Path"2010
2006 Annual Conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)Discussion Leader, "Law Office Technology: Managing Technology Before it Manages You!"2006
2004 Northwest Regional Immigration SeminarDiscussion Leader, "Immigration Without Labor Certification: When, Why, and How to File an EB-1 or NIW Petition"2004
Business Immigration: The Challenges of Practicing In Today's Recessionary Environment, AILA Midyear CLE Conference, CancunPanelist, "The Labor Certification Process and Other Options"2003
3-part Immigration Law Teleconference on ILW.comPanelist, "Creme de la Creme: Extraordinary, Outstanding, Multinational and Exceptional"2003
2003 Northwest Regional Immigration SeminarDiscussion Leader, "Alternatives to Labor Certification"2003
Unlocking Foreign Capital through the Federal EB-5 Program, EB-5 Institute, Portland, OregonDiscussion Leader, "EB-5: Getting it Right for the Investor, Developer, and Regional Center"N/A