Larry F. Chin, Esq.
Julian & Chin, LLP
Experienced Immigration Attorney located in Seattle, Washington

About us

Our approach

We leave no stone unturned when we take you on as a client.  It is our goal to provide the best legal representation and advice possible. 

By focusing on having a small practice we can ensure that your case gets the attention it merits.  

Our history     

Our firm opened in February of 2002. In this short time, our practice has grown to represent virtually every nationality and country in the world. We have helped hundreds of clients and their families achieve their goals of obtaining or defending their lawful permanent residency and naturalization.


Larry F. Chin  

Was born and raised in New York City. He attended the Bronx High School of Science in the Bronx, New York. Mr. Chin earned his Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Latin American and Chinese economic development from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.

After earning his Juris Doctorate from the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, Washington, Mr. Chin relocated to New York City and practiced exclusively in the field of immigration law working for three years. While practicing in New York City, Mr. Chin gained valuable experience representing hundreds of clients before the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Immigration Court, Administrative Appeal Unit, Board of Immigration Appeals and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mr. Chin has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).  In 2011, he served as Vice-Chair of the Immigration Court/AILA Liaison Committe.

In 2007, Mr. Chin was chosen as a Rising Star.  In 2012, Mr. Chin garnered Avvo's Client Choice Award.

Mr. Chin has served as an expert witness for the Washington State Bar Association and has taught several Continuing Legal Education courses on immigration. He is a former member of the New York Bar. Mr. Chin is presently admitted to practice in Washington state as well as the Western District of Washington and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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