Licensed attorney practicing in the state of Washington
Immigration attorney Katya Stelmakh has over 14 years of successful experience in the field of business immigration law. Prior to founding Stelmakh & Associates in 2008, Ms. Stelmakh managed business immigration practice of an international law firm with offices in Philadelphia, Moscow, and Kiev. While with the firm, Ms. Stelmakh counseled one of the world’s largest ferro-alloy and steel manufacturers on all international business personnel relocation matters and travel concerns. She also litigated international legal disputes and advised corporate clients on business transactions.
Kimberly is a dedicated and compassionate immigration attorney with expertise in the O-1 Extraordinary Ability visa, as well as various permanent residency paths such as EB-1 Extraordinary Ability and Outstanding Researchers, EB-2 National Interest Waivers, and their accompanying Adjustment of Status applications (“green cards”). She is experienced in assisting clients navigate complex legal systems in creative ways, adept at creating optimal outcomes for clients and collaborating in teams to foster successful results for internal and external stakeholders. She has experience at both small and mid-sized firms, as well as in the private and public sector. Prior to becoming an attorney, Kimberly held roles in the startup and finance industries.
As the paralegal/attorney assistant for Stelmakh & Associates Everett I have an experience in non-profit organization for about 17,5 years. Helping people with criminal, civil and immigration issues. Associate member of Gideon International and Legal Shield. Before throwing your money on inexperienced immigration, criminal, LNI, or civil attorneys, consult with us please. We helped hundreds of people. I speak English, Ukrainian and Russian. Our mission is to support Slavic Community of ex USSR countries in the USA. We help our clients to find affordable housing in the state of Washington. We promote justice by defending and advancing the rights of our clients through direct services, systemic advocacy and community education. Our goal is to help Russian-speaking community to understand their rights and responsibilities in Washington and in across the nation. Please contact us with any social or housing problem you have. We may refer you for the further professional help based on your needs.