Phone: (360) 332-5400 Email: info@pnxblaw.com

Our office has assisted clients with a wide range of situations in obtaining visas and waivers including:

  • Treaty Trader and Investor Visas (E-1 & E-2)
  • Multinational Executive or Manager Visas (L-1A)
  • Professional Worker under NAFTA visas (TN)
  • Visitor for Business or Pleasure Visas (B-1/B-2)
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility
  • Family Based Green Cards
  • Immigrant Investor Visas (EB-5)
  • Derivative Citizenship

If you have an interest in obtaining a U.S. visa or green card, or have other immigration concerns, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our office. The consultation is an opportunity for you to go over the facts of your case with us so that we may develop a personalized plan for achieving your immigration goals.

We offer consultations in person at our Blaine, Washington office or over the phone. If you would like to request a consultation, or seek further information, please call our office at (360) 332-5400 or email us at info@pnxblaw.com.

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Our office has assisted clients with a wide range of situations in obtaining visas and waivers including:

  • Treaty Trader and Investor Visas (E-1 & E-2)
  • Multinational Executive or Manager Visas (L-1A)
  • Professional Worker under NAFTA visas (TN)
  • Visitor for Business or Pleasure Visas (B-1/B-2)
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility
  • Family Based Green Cards
  • Immigrant Investor Visas (EB-5)
  • Derivative Citizenship

If you have an interest in obtaining a U.S. visa or green card, or have other immigration concerns, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our office. The consultation is an opportunity for you to go over the facts of your case with us so that we may develop a personalized plan for achieving your immigration goals.

We offer consultations in person at our Blaine, Washington office or over the phone. If you would like to request a consultation, or seek further information, please call our office at (360) 332-5400 or email us at info@pnxblaw.com.

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