Max Soi – Principal Attorney

2033 6th Ave, Suite 920
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 838-8118 ext 122
(206) 838-7459

Areas of Practice

Personal Injury
Family Law
Landlord / Tenant Law

Professional Associations

American Bar Association
Washington Bar Association
Federal Bar Association

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Max Soi - Principal Attorney

With global reach, Max has helped hundreds of clients immigrate successfully to the United States. He has specific expertise in assisting investors and professionals who wish to acquire the EB-5 Immigrant Investor visa.
Respected as one of the country’s top immigration attorneys, Max has a broad legal background with extensive knowledge and court room experience in business visas, deportation proceedings, immigration appeals, and civil matters.
Integrity Law Group offers complimentary interpreters in Cantonese, French, Mandarin, and Vietnamese.
Max has a special passion for immigration law, knowing firsthand how difficult it can be to make the journey to live or work in the United States. Born in Saigon, Max’s family sold their property to book passage out of Vietnam, but their ship was initially refused entry to a neutral port. Only when the captain grounded the ship was his family granted access to stay. They eventually settled in a refugee camp until 1984, when Max and his family were granted immigration status to the United States.
Max went on to graduate from Pomona College in California, where he was recognized as a National Merit Scholar and Pomona Scholar. He attended law school at the University of Arizona where he was the recipient of a Regent's Scholarship for high academic achievement. He began his immigration law practice in Seattle in 2008.
With an experienced and creative approach, Max works to overcome the challenges associated with the immigration process, allowing his clients the opportunity to live, work, and invest in the United States.

From Max

"U.S. immigration laws are complicated but not impossible. I’m proud that we’ve been able to help so many new Americans find their way through that process."