When Faye Lau started Lau Immigration Law more than 10 years ago, she was entering a practice that was not only suited to her unique set of skills, it was inspired by personal experience.
“I’m an immigrant myself,” Lau says. “My family moved here 40 years ago, so I understand how difficult it can be to adjust and transition into a different environment. I chose immigration law as a way of giving back to the community that has offered so much opportunity.”
Lau Immigration Law has served thousands of clients in the Greater Seattle area, focusing on employment- and family-based immigration, as well as other immigration-related services.
“We recognize that immigrating can be a scary process,” Lau says. “We know how to respond to issues as they arise, and can help find the right path or options for you. We can hold your hand throughout the entire process.”
The professionals at Lau Immigration Law provide employers and employees with the latest and most appropriate immigration strategies, whether to reunite clients with their love ones, or for businesses to recruit and hire foreign talent. This allows clients to focus on their business, while Lau’s team focuses on the immigration needs.
“For example, we want companies with labour needs to know that we can help them hire foreign students,” Lau says. “For students, once they’re in place here, we can eventually help bring the rest of their family over as well.”
Lau Immigration Law guides and supports individuals and families along their immigration journey, helping them understand and plan for the steps ahead. It’s not easy to do it yourself, and Lau wants clients to know her team is here to support them. Services include adjustment of status, citizenship/naturalization, green card, visa petitions and waivers.
“People often want to know how long the process will take,” Lau says. “We can’t speed it up, but by keeping you on track, we can ensure the process doesn’t take any longer than it should.”
Other immigration services
Lau also advises and assists individuals with other immigration law concerns, no matter how big or small.
“A mistake made today can lead to a bigger immigration issue in the future,” Lau says. “Whether you need a consultation to have your questions answered, or full representation, we’re a comforting, friendly voice, leading you through what can be a stressful process.
“Most of our staff also speak Cantonese and Mandarin, so we can help if there’s a language barrier as well.”
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