There is a big difference between when you met with lawyers and the situation since June 15th, when President Obama announced a new policy.
If you don't like the lawyers in WA ... look no further than OR ... we have many good/nice attorneys.
You should not have any problems. Contact an immigration attorney for a consultation for more advice.
Franco Capriotti - Senior Legal Counsel & Former Professor of Immigration Law - Capriotti International Law - email@example.com
Our services are not limited by State, nor International bounderies. Our licenses allow us to represent people worldwide.
Do not rely completely on information you get on any website. It is always wise to consult personally with an immigration attorney before taking action.
Consider contacting one of the attorneys on Avvo, or www.ailalawyer.com
NOTE: If you are low income go here: www.justice.gov/eoir/probono/states.htm or http://www.immigrationlawhelp.org/
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Cynthia Irvine is in Kent at Hanis Irvine Prothero. Her entire practice is immigration for persons from Mexico. She is fluent in Spanish, also. She is very, very good at what she does. You can look her up here on Avvo or at http://www.wsba.org under "lawyer directory".
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You can find attorneys through aila.org, your local bar association, Avvo, etc.
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There are multiple immigration attorneys within the state of Washington that may be able to assist you. However, it is unclear whether or not you qualify for pro bono legal services. I would first and foremost recommend that you contact a nonprofit organization first, such as:
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
615 2nd Avenue #400
If you do not qualify for pro bono legal services, then you may go to the Washington state bar association at http://www.mywsba.org/Default.aspx?tabid=177 to find a local attorney. You will need to narrow your search by selecting either the area of practice (e.g. immigration and naturalization), bar status (e.g. active), and perhaps city.
In addition, you may contact the following numbers to utilize Lawyer Referral Services:
King County Bar Association 206/267-7010
Pierce County Bar Association 253/383-3432
I wish you the best of luck in researching and finding an attorney to handle your immigration matter and hope that this information helps with your search.