“Everyone our family directly and indirectly dealt with at Weinrich Immigration Law, whether in person or over the phone, are very compassionate and kind people. Even when other law firms turned us away because our case is very complicated, Weinrich Immigration Law took on our case. We are not surprised that they won the case for us. They are very knowledgeable people and they care so much and truly make you feel like they are really family. We highly recommend Weinrich Immigration Law to anyone with immigration questions/problems.”
—The Ablang Family
“As a gay binational couple and community activists in the LGBT and immigrant rights movement, it was important for us to work with lawyers who not only understood the legal landscape of a post-DOMA world, but who were attuned to the unique issues LGBT families encounter within immigration law. We interviewed many lawyers with ample expertise, but the attorneys of Weinrich Immigration Law, were the only ones who we felt truly comfortable handling our case. Not only did they have a proven track record of immigration success and social justice advocacy in the community, they also deeply understood the unique issues we faced. We got our green card!”
—O.B. and K.T.
“We’re a traditional, non-profit sleep-away camp. Like most camps, we hire a number of international counselors every summer on J-1 visas that are very easy to obtain through agencies that specialize in such visas. What’s hard is when one of those counselors, a Canadian in our case, proves to be such a strong summer staff member that you want to bring her on for a year round position. As I researched the possibilities of how to make that happen, I was lucky that a colleague of mine recommended Weinrich Immigration Law to me.
The team at Weinrich Immigration Law did a fantastic job of helping us negotiate the application process to apply for, and eventually obtain and renew, an H-1B visa for our Assistant Director. In all of our interactions, they did a wonderful job educating me as to the process and our options. Applying for an H-1B visa is a bit of a gamble, particularly for a small business such as ours. Weinrich Immigration Law did a great job of explaining each decision point of the process, and they always did so with our best interests in mind. I’ve recommended Weinrich Immigration Law to a number of other Camp Directors in similar positions. I’ve also compared notes with Camp Directors that have used different firms. In every case, I’ve walked away happy that we chose Weinrich Immigration Law.”
—Paul Sheridan, Director of Four Winds * Westward Ho camp
“Carin and the entire Weinrich Immigration Law team were really incredible to work with. They helped us navigate residency, working visas, and eventually citizenship both with professionalism and a real sense of care for goals and wishes as a family. Because of their advice and timely and thoughtful work ethic, no part of the process we experienced was surprising, frustrating, or stressful in nature.”
– A. and R.K.
“Weinrich Immigration Law stepped in on very short notice to help TigerIT Americas in filing an H-1B petition for a valued employee. A. Carin Weinrich and Paul Soreff went the extra mile, including long hours, to ensure a timely submission.”
-Michel Goffin, Tiger IT Americas
“As General Counsel to a diverse and widespread international hotel ownership and management company with projects in multiple locations, immigration counseling, advice and direction are important considerations. From H2B visas, to J-1s and everything in between, Weinrich Immigration Law has been a professional, experienced and knowledgeable provider of legal advice and services for many years. The quality of their work product, coupled with the pragmatic approach to sometimes complex and time consuming efforts to achieve the intended results is outstanding and appreciated. An excellent ‘boutique’ firm that can and does handle legal immigration issues with ease and precision.”
–M. P. Dyer, General Counsel, Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Ltd.
“I was the owner of a health care service that provided neurological testing at regional hospitals in Washington State. Operating our medical devices required specialized training and those who possessed this knowledge and experience were not always available locally or even nationally. Occasionally we recruited staff from Canada and obtained employment visas to allow them to work in the U.S. Initially, I thought of trying to manage the visa application process myself to save on legal fees. I soon realized it was going to be too big of a project so I sought the help of Weinrich Immigration Law. A. Carin Weinrich and Paul Soreff were fantastic to work with. They walked me through the visa application process and took care of all the important details that a small business owner wouldn’t want to manage. There was never a question that they could not answer or a problem that they couldn’t solve. As a small business owner, I liked the fact that they were a smaller firm but I would have confidence in their expertise even if I ran a larger company. I also liked the fact that they regularly do pro bono legal work. Their fees were fair and they were honest and transparent in all their dealings. I honestly could not have asked for a better immigration law firm and I would highly recommend Weinrich Immigration Law to anyone searching for an immigration attorney.”
-Shawn Anderson, owner of Northwest Neurodiagnostics Inc.