I know, I was there…..
“Alone. Invisible. Living under the radar. Trapped and helpless. That’s the way many foreign-born individuals feel when living in the United States, legally or illegally.
I should know. I grew up being one of the few Asian people in a small Idaho town. My parents supported our family by working long hours in potato factories. If you are a foreign born citizen and are able to read this website or if you are seeking answers for someone in need, thank you for finding me.
I experienced so many of the struggles that you are experiencing right now. I may be able to help you and those you love.”
– Sou Bounlutay, Founder of Bounlutay Law Firm PS
We Can Help
Wise Woman Law PS serves clients in Seattle and around the world. There are many ways we can help you through the immigration process if you want to legally visit, stay, work, or permanently live in the US.
A visa is a document that allows you to legally enter and remain in the United States. We can help you obtain a visa, extend your stay in the U.S., or apply for permanent green cards.
While knowing the law and procedures are important, we recognize the need to having trusted relationship with relevant government departments. It is equally important that you have an immigration lawyer who speaks your language, understands your culture, expectations, and has compassion for your situation. This pairing sets us apart from the rest.
A Permanent Resident Card (aka: the green card) is an identification card that indicates that you are allowed to live and work in the United States. There are many ways to obtain a green card. Contact us to learn how you can get yours.
The United States does not discriminate based on nationality, religion, social class, gender, how much money you have or how few political connections you can call in. There are many steps to the U.S. Citizenship process. We can walk beside you through every step until we are celebrating your citizenship.
You may be able to remain in the United States if you suffered from past persecution in your home country, or you have a well-founded fear of future persecution. The persecution can be done by a family member, community, or the government. Your persecution needs to be based on gender, class, race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group. Call today to discuss your case and options.
Deportation / Removal Proceedings
You find yourself living in a world that is confusing, scary, and overwhelming, when you or your loved ones are pulled into immigration court and confronted with the possibility of being deported from the United States. Give us a call. We’ll arrange a time to talk in person about your situation. We may be able to help your find your path through the legal darkness.