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Carol L. Edward: Washington State Immigration Attorney, Naturalization Processing, Immigration Appeals

The Seattle Immigration Attorneys of Carol Edward & Associates have the insight and skills necessary to provide a thorough evaluation of your legal needs. We can review your case to determine available avenues of relief, and to provide the legal expertise required to help you obtain the immigration benefits you desire. Immigration cases may be complex and may require extensive research by attorneys who have a solid history of successfully assisting clients through the process. To schedule a consultation, contact our office at:
Toll free: (866) 522-6222
Seattle Phone: (206) 956-9556
Mt. Vernon: (360) 336-0185

Our initial consultation fee is $300 per session. During your initial consultation, you will learn more about your immigration options and how your immigration case will likely proceed. Our attorneys have over 35 years of combined experience helping clients and their families achieve their goals of attaining U.S. residency and citizenship. To save time and money by filing your immigration documents correctly the first time - effectively and efficiently - contact Carol Edward & Associates today.


What do I need to bring?

Your time is valuable. To achieve the best results from your consultation, We recommend that you bring any of the following documents if you have them.

  • Passport
  • Proof of last entry to the United States
  • Copies of any documents relating to previous INS or USCIS applications

If this is a family-based visa case, please bring:

  • Marriage certificate
  • Birth certificate for yourself

If this is an employment-based visa case, please bring:

  • Your resume
  • Prospective employer's contact information
  • Any proof of completion documentation issued to you by a university or college

What if I don't have what you are asking for?

  • Bring any documents you believe are important, and the attorney can discuss any additional materials that might be necessary.

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