|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Pro-Bono Recognition Award||Washington State Bar Association||2012|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Asylum Committee Chair||2011 - 2013|
|Washington State Bar Association||Member||2003 - 2013|
|American Immigration Lawyer's Association||Member||2001 - 2013|
|University of Washington||N/A||Juris Doctorate in Law||2003|
|Georgetown University||N/A||Bachelor of Arts||1997|
Posted by anonymous
Jane came highly recommended to us by a friend to help guide my wife and I through what was to us a byzantine maze of the green card application. She managed the paperwork with grace and patience, while dignifying and calming all of our trepidation with the bureaucratic process. We would both like to thank Jane for helping us and have no hesitation in strongly recommending her services to others in need of representation.
Posted by Stephen
Jane was a pleasure to work with. She gained our O1 and O2 visas swiftly and communicated clearly the entire time. Furthermore, I believe we were her 1st EB-1 green card case and once again her approach was extremely positive and clear. When the time arrives we will be using her to apply for our citizenship.
Posted by Argaw
After having a terrible experience with x-attorney in Seattle on my Asylum application, I met Jane O’Sullivan. I will never forget her friendly, professional and welcoming approach on my first day. She escaped me from nightmare. She managed and expedited my case beyond my expectation. I admire her consistency, integrity, and professionalism from my first day to date. When I met her my asylum case was pending at the USCIS office. Due to her, I have got an interview with in two weeks and my asylum granted immediately. Then after, she had submitted my family case to USCIS and NVC. Now my family is with me at Seattle. I am so proud of her and recommend her for any asylum case.