Geoffrey Doolittle is a native of Olympia, Washington. He is a graduate of Willamette University College of Law and holds a bachelor's degree from Gonzaga University. His time spent living and traveling through Mexico, Cuba and Peru influenced his interest in working with migrant communities.
During law school he worked in the human rights clinic on affirmative asylum cases under the guidance of Professor Gwynne Skinner. Prior to becoming a solo practitioner Geoffrey spent four years working as an associate for a private immigration law firm, as well as a contractor for Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services.
His primary focus area is family-based immigration cases, specifically removal defense (deportation) in Portland, OR and Tacoma, WA (detained cases). Additionally, he has extensive experience in Permanent Resident Applications, U-Visas, Naturalization, Criminal and other Waivers, as well as non-immigrant visas.