Soreff Law represents both individuals and corporations and has extensive experience in all aspects of immigration law, particularly labor certifications and permanent visa applications (green card applications) for both employment and family based i.e. for spouses, parents, children, or siblings.
The firm has done hundreds of non-immigrant visa applications and specializes in developing a long-term strategy which includes temporary and permanent visa applications that is the most appropriate for each situation, including evaluation of: E (Treaty Trader / Investor) H (Specialized Workers ) L (International Transfer Workers) (Exceptional Ability Workers) TN (Canadian or Mexican NASFTA workers) visas.
Paul Soreff has more than 30 years of immigration experience.
Paul has recently served as Chairperson for the Washington Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) as well as been a member of AILA's National Board of Governors.
Paul has extensive experience in all aspects of immigration law, particularly labor certificates, H, L, O, & TN petitions, as well as other non-immigrant and immigrant visas for foreign personnel; family petitions, litigation, and asylum claims for various countries.
In 1998, Paul moved to Seattle, Washington, where he maintains a private practice in business and family immigration law. From 1976 to 1991 he was the managing partner of a small law firm in Louisville, KY. In 1992 he followed his wife to Birmingham, AL where he had a private immigration practice for six years and served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama School of Law where he taught Immigration Law.
Paul has held many leadership positions within the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Previous positions include: AILA National Board of Governors, Chair of the National Investment Committee, Member of the National Finance Committee, Washington State Executive Committee, MidSouth Chapter Chair, and Kentucky State Coordinator. Additionally, he has organized and lectured at numerous Continuing Legal Education Seminars and given many talks on immigration to the public.
Since 2001, he has testified as a witness on immigration law before Administrative Law Judges at numerous Unemployment Compensation Hearings.
Paul has over 30 years of immigration experience, during which he has received many awards and recognition for his excellent services, including Outstanding Immigration Lawyer, Best Lawyers in America, 1999 - 2005.
A. Carin Weinrich joined the firm in January 2005. She received a Bachelor's degree in International Relations and Economics from Scripps College in Claremont, CA and her J.D. from Gonzaga University in Spokane WA. Since March 1999, Carin's practice has focused exclusively on immigration law. She has an extensive experience in all aspects of immigration law, particularly employment based immigration. This includes counseling companies and individuals in H, L, O, and TN petitions as well as other non-immigrant and immigrant visas for foreign personnel. In addition, she has a background in family petitions.
Carin is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She has held many positions within AILA, including member of the AILA National Board of Governors, National Young Lawyers Division Chair & Vice Chair, Northwest Immigration Conference Vice Chair, Washington State.
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