Gibbs Houston Pauw is a Seattle immigration law firm founded in 1994. We represent individuals, families, businesses and multinational corporations throughout the Pacific Northwest. We work together with our clients to give them the individualized attention and zealous advocacy they need.
At GHP we understand that the immigration process can be difficult, which makes choosing an immigration lawyer you can trust so important. We practice exclusively immigration law, and we provide service in all areas of immigration law, including family- and employment-based permanent residence, employment visas, citizenship, asylum, deportation, and workplace compliance. To view full length bios of our Seattle immigration attorneys click here.
We are prepared to help open doors for you, your family and your employees.
We provide service in all areas of immigration law, and in a variety of languages. For more on our immigration practice areas click here. Our attorneys and staff speak Spanish, Hindi, Korean, Arabic, Chinese and French. Para ver nuestra pagina en Español oprima aquí.
GHP has particular immigration experience in federal court litigation, including immigration appeals, challenging deportation orders, mandamus lawsuits to compel the agency to act, and class action challenges to agency policies. However, as experienced immigration lawyers, we are able to assist you throughout your immigration process.
For more information on our headlining immigration cases, awards and news click here.
If you are interested in one of our active class action cases, please visit the following:
Li v. United States: Individuals from mainland China in the third preference employement-based visa category.
Ruiz-Diaz v. USA: Religious workers who are seeking to adjust status to permanent resident.
Proyecto San Pablo v. INS: Legalization or amnesty applicants who applied in 1987-88 but were denied because of a prior deportation.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) v. USCIS: (formerly known as Immigrant Assistance Project v. INS): Legalization or amnesty applicants who applied (or tried to apply and were rejected at the front desk) in 1987-88 but who were denied/rejected on known to the government grounds, in other words "that your violation of status prior to 1982 was not known to the government,"
For more information on these and other ongoing immigration class action suits click here.
are diverse; we help individuals settle, families come together and business find the employees they need. GHP has represented a broad range of businesses, including computer software, agriculture, fisheries, construction, arts, architecture, engineering, religion, health care, restaurants, among others.
We are happy to meet with you either over the phone or in person to discuss your immigration questions and concerns.
Contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our Seattle Immigration Attorneys.
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