Firm Overview

Boutique Law Firm Specializing in Immigration Law (Bond Hearing, Deportation/Removal Proceedings, Employment Base Non-Immigrant Visa Petitions, Employment Base (EB1 to EB4--PERM), Investment Base (EB5)-Regional Center, Family Base Petitions), Criminal Defense and Administrative Appeals.
Main Office


2505 S 320th Street, Suite 620
Federal Way  WA  98003-5429

Phone
  • 253-529-5297
Fax
  • (253) 529-5500
Immigration Law
15+ yrs of experience!
Our attorneys are dedicated to serve our client's individual needs.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

In order to survive in today's global economy you need a team of legal experts who have developed its own infrastructure with the most cutting-edge technology.

By incorporating such technology, we are able to minimize unnecessary expenses, expedite legal process, have unrestricted communication, conduct effective due diligence and provide exceptional client service.

In addition we are devoted in helping our clients achieve success as they define it by providing service customized to their particular needs.

Jae So

Jae H.


Jae H. So (Partner); admitted to Washington State Bar 2000; U.S. District Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

License
  • Bar Number: WSBA
    Washington , 2001
  • Bar Number: 9th Circuit Court of
  • Bar Number: Federal District Cou
Education
  • Seattle University School of Law
    JD , 1999
    Seattle, WA

Robert Jaeggli

cum laude from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2009 and member of the Washington Bar. In law school he was an Immigration Clinic intern, where he wrote briefs for and argued a complex asylum appeal to the Ninth Circuit. He completed a judicial externship with Judges William Acey and Ray Lutes, Superior Court and District Court Judges for Asotin County, Washington. In addition, he participated in two moot court competitions. Before law school he was an insurance agent for the Aon Corporation for six years. He graduated magna cum laude from Texas State University in 1996.

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Articles Written

Stipulated Removal Violates Due Process

Created On: 10/27/2010

Recently, the 9th Circuit held that the procedures used in the stipulated removal process violate due process.  U.S. v. Ramos, No. 09-50059 (9th Cir. September 24, 2010).  Specifically, Ramos...

ICE Immigrant Detention, Removal and Release Bonds

Created On: 05/06/2010

ICE maintains holding facilities for non-citizens. For all intents and purposes, these facilities are prisons. If you are detained by ICE, you can be held in a detention facility for months until you are allowed...

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