We help our clients’ families come together and stay together. You or someone in your family may be eligible for a family visa based on their relationship with a US Citizen or permanent resident. See more »
We offer assistance to employers in a variety of immigration settings, representing businesses anywhere from our local Seattle area to across the country. See more ».
We appreciate that the outcome of removal proceedings will have vast impacts on the lives, safety, and well-being of our clients and their families. We devote significant resources to removal representation in order to provide comprehensive and skilled services to each client. See more »
Asylum is granted to people who are already in the United States but are unable or unwilling to return their home country because of persecution, or fear of persecution, on account of race, religion, nationality… See more »
GHP has substantial experience representing employers concerning their I-9 obligations. The firm provides internal audits of I-9 compliance to help employers correctly and efficiently meet their employment eligibility verification obligations, as well as representation following an inspection of employer records by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). See more »
Naturalization is the process through which Permanent Residents become US Citizens. If you are a permanent resident considering US Citizenship, or even if this is the first time it crossed your mind, it is a good idea to speak with an experienced and trustworthy immigration lawyer. See more »
GHP has particular experience in federal court litigation, including appeals, BIA decision challenges, mandamus actions to compel the agency to decide long-pending cases, and class action challenges to agency policies. See more »
At Gibbs Houston Pauw we have extensive experience in class action suits, because we view your rights as fundamental. We currently have several on-going class action cases focusing on a variety of immigration issues, with class members from all over the United States. See more »