Law Office of Peter Hurtado

Immigration & Citizenship Law 









Law Office of Peter Hurtado

Immigration & Citizenship Law
















Law Office of Peter Hurtado

Immigration & Citizenship Law 







Law Office of Peter Hurtado

Immigration & Citizenship Law 







Law Office of Peter Hurtado

Immigration & Citizenship Law 

  119 First Avenue South #450 

Seattle, WA 98104 
Phone: (206) 547-1722 
Fax: (206) 260-8456 
E-mail: assistant@peterhurtadolaw.com

 
Our team is comprised of two lawyers that work together to provide immaculate service and care to our clients. 
Peter Hurtado has been an immigration attorney since 2007 and has represented numerous clients before the USCIS, the Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. 

Peter has been a member of the Washingont State Bar Asssociation since 1999 and is currently a member of the Washington chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Peter was an adjunct professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law, where he taught the course, "The Delivery of International Humanitarian Assistance." Peter has lived in th United States and Costa Rica and is bilingual in English and Spanish.


In 2017, Yesenia graduated from Inter American Univeristy of Puerto Rico School of Law. In law school, there were no immigration courses offered, so she had to request a special permit to take immigration courses at another law school in Puerto Rico. After completing her bar, Yesenia work in an immigration law firm that focused predominantly on U-Visas, VAWA, and family-based petitions; and has been practicing immigration law ever since.

Yesenia is a member of AILA, admitted to the Puerto Rican bar, and bilingual in English and Spanish. Se has represented numerous clients before the USCIS and Immigration Courts.

While in law school she interned for Mil Mujeres, a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive and result-oriented immigration services to low-income Latinx families within Los Angeles, California. Together with Mil Mujeres, she worked to address the growing need for bilingual legal services; especially for survivors of domestic violence and other trauma. She currently volunteers with NWIRP.