IMMIGRATION LAW

Michele H. Domingo is an attorney with over 13 years legal experience in state and Federal law and represents clients in immigration law matters. She provides compassionate, high quality client services through excellent case management and communication skills.


Ms. Domingo believes in immigrant rights and family reunification. With a lifelong commitment to racial, social and economic justice, she has provided direction and vision for litigation and advocacy at Catholic Community Services (CCS) Immigration Legal Services Program where for almost seven years, she served as the directing immigration attorney of statewide legal immigration program serving over 300 immigrants and refugees for western Washington’s largest private non-profit. At CCS, she was able to expand the strategic litigation and advocacy to include undocumented people, DACA youth, and LGBTQIA+ clients.

At Seattle University’s (SU) School of Law, Access to Justice Institute, Immigration Court Project, Ms. Domingo managed and supervised pro-bono a legal immigration teaching program advocating for immigrant women survivors of domestic abuse where she mentored volunteer attorneys to represent battered women in removal proceedings and in filing VAWA self-petitions and she trained and mentored law students on social justice lawyering and immigration cases. At SU, she helped create agency and advocacy for immigrant women survivors of domestic violence through litigation and collaborative advocacy with other community groups.

BAR ADMISSIONS:

  • Washington state

  • New York state

Domingo Law Group, PLLC is a full service immigration law firm offering the following services :

  • Lawful Permanent Residence

  • Citizenship and Naturalization

  • Family Based Visas

  • Employment Based Visas

  • Employment Authorization

  • Travel Documents

  • Asylum

  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

  • U Visas – Temporary legal status for victims of “qualifying crimes.”

  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

  • T Visa – Temporary legal status for victims of trafficking

  • Deferred Action for Early Childhood Arrival (DACA)

 

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