Miriam Korngold founded Korngold Law and serves as its Managing Attorney. She has worked on over 170 immigration cases in every stage of an immigration proceeding, from initial filings through appeals. She is currently accepting new cases, so please contact her if you would like to schedule a consultation.
Miriam focuses her practice on immigration law matters. She comes from a family of immigrants, and she admires people who chart their own course. Her immigration law experience includes asylum, humanitarian relief, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, and applications for adjustment of status.
Miriam also serves as an active member of American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Washington Chapter and provides pro bono legal representation to clients at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and Washington Immigrant Defense Network.
When not practicing law, Miriam can be found on a bike or pair of skis, enjoying topographic features in and near Seattle, and delighting in her thermos for keeping her coffee piping hot after hours in the snow.
- LL.M., Taxation, University of Washington School of Law
- J.D., University of Washington School of Law
- B.A., Philosophy Honors, cum laude, University of Washington (Phi Beta Kappa)
- Oregon (inactive)
- Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Washington Chapter
- Volunteer Immigration Attorney, Washington Immigrant Defense Network (WIDEN)
- Volunteer Immigration Attorney, Citizenship Clinic, sponsored by Asian Counseling & Referral Service (ACRS), Entre Hermanos, and OneAmerica
- Volunteer Immigration Attorney, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
- Volunteer Attorney, ACLU of Washington (2017 to 2018)