We are committed to providing services to members of the community who are either unable to access traditional legal services due to linguistic or cultural barriers, or are unable to pay for services.

Our commitment to community service includes:


We as a law firm, and a team, take great pride in accepting a certain number of cases every year where we provide services to individuals unable to pay for lawyer fees. We routinely accept representation pro bono on roughly 6-8 separate cases requiring at least 50-100 hours of work per case. These cases are generally for victims of violence (U-Visa); Applications for Political Asylum (generally children fleeing violence in South and Central America) and individuals seeking refuge from countries where they have either been subjected to torture or are afraid of being subjected to torture if returned.


We, as a team, love working with community organizations and traditional groups like houses of worship in organizing and conducting free seminars and information sessions on immigration issues of concern to the larger immigrant community in the greater Seattle area. In the past, we have organized and conducted free information sessions on various Immigration related matters for newly resettled refugees, newly arriving immigrants, and low income communities. If you would like us to address immigration issues you/your community faces, please feel free to contact us.

Event Information:

  • Sat

    Interim CDA Annual Gala

    5:30 - 8:30Seattle, WA

    Orbit Law is proud to continue our three year long and continuing work with Interim CDA.

    InterIm CDA is a non-profit organization in Seattle's historic International District.We have supported them for the last three years, and this year will be hosting free legal clinics, monthly (starting May 2018) to help InterIm's clients and partner agencies.

    Striving to promote and revitalize the Chinatown/International District and other Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the Puget Sound area, InternIm CDA builds and renovates affordable housing, leads neighborhood planning initiatives, promotes community building, and works to influence public policy. Formed in 1969 to stem the economic decline of Seattle's Chinatown, InterIm CDA has brought in more than $160 million to the Chinatown/International District for the construction and renovation of more than 500 low-income housing units, social and health services, community-based programs and a 1.5-acre community garden for low-income elderly residents.

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