Seju Oh


Stenzel Law Office
1325 W. Mallon Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: (509) 327-2000
Fax: (509) 327-5151

Seju is admitted to practice law in Washington State. She is a general practitioner with an emphasis in legal representation in family law, immigration law, and appeals. Seju ensures her clients will receive the very best representation and gives each client her personal attention and commitment. Especially, her collaborative practice has helped many clients in resolving their issues effectively and efficiently. 

She is an active member of Washington State Bar Association and Spokane County Bar Association.

Seju was born in Korea and is fluent in Korean. She finished her college education in Korea and received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She and her family then moved to Arkansas, and she went on to earn her Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas, while working full-time as research consultant on strategic planning and evaluation of various social welfare programs. 


Immigration Law

Seju assists individuals, families, and businesses with the US immigration process. She is immigrant herself and very passionate about immigration advocacy. She always provides her clients with honest assessments, as well as effective and efficient advocacy.

Our services include:

Immigration visas for persons who want to obtain permanent residency (Green Card) in the            United States. Examples are:

         ▪ Family-Based: for immigration of certain family members of U.S. citizens and lawful                            permanent residents. As our office has extensive experience in Family Law, the                                    immigration law matters related to family law issues, such as marriage, divorce or                                  annulment, will be handled by a team of experienced family law attorney and                                        immigration attorney.

         ▪ Employment-Based: for immigration based on permanent employment or investment                          by entrepreneurs. Examples are:

                  ◦ Priority workers [EB1]: for workers with extraordinary ability

                  ◦ Second preference [EB2]: including National Interest Waiver (NIW) for Professionals                             Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability

                  ◦ Third Preference [EB3]: for Skilled or other workers

                  ◦ Fourth Preference [EB4]: e.g. for Religious Workers

Non-immigrant visas for persons who want to enter the United States for employment lasting a      fixed period of time. Examples are:

          ▪ To work in a specialty occupation (H-1B)

          ▪ To work at a branch, parent, affiliate, or subsidiary of the current employer (L)

          ▪ For person with extraordinary ability or achievement (O/P)

          ▪ To have a business or trade as Treaty investor (E2)

Non-immigrant visas for persons who want to enter the United States temporarily for study,            business, tourism, pleasure or visiting. Examples are:

          ▪ Student visa (F)

          ▪ Business visa (B-1)

          ▪ Tourism/Visit (B-2)

          ▪ Exchange visitor visa for teachers, professors, and researchers, etc. (J)

Naturalization process: for lawful permanent residents who seek U.S. Citizenship

□ Petition for Waiver/Pardons: for persons who seek relief from deportation or grounds of                    inadmissibility to the United States

U visa: for victims of crimes

Visa processing at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in other countries

Immigration appeals for persons who seek re-examination of the denied immigration petition


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