Immigration attorney Noelle Sharp grew up in China, built aqueducts in the Dominican Republic and marched for farmworker rights. She taught English in Vietnamese refugee camps, wrote grant applications to provide migrant farmworker children more educational opportunities, and taught Economic Rights and Human Migration at Evergreen State College. She began working in immigration law in 2004, while in law school, for an immigration law clinic where she helped immigrants with VAWA and asylum applications.
After graduation, she has focused her practice solely in immigration law-filing applications, waivers, and representing clients in deportation proceedings before immigration court.
Today, her immigration law practice focuses on visas, green card and citizenship applications. She brings an exceptional level of enthusiasm, dedication, and nuanced perspective that makes our firm the successful solution for clients with complex immigration issues.
Immigration Law Offices of Noelle Sharp opened its doors in 2010. Since then, we've filed hundreds of successful visa, green card and citizenship applications. We also file waiver petitions for clients with previous deportations or criminal convictions, as well as U visa and VAWA applications.