Catherine J. Sundwall

kate@perrettalaw.com
Catherine J Sundwall
Areas of Practice

Immigration & non-immigrant visas

Deportation defense

Litigation

Catherine J. Sundwall ("Kate"), practices primarily immigration law.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Kate completed her undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University. After college she served a mission for the L.D.S. church in Chile and then went on to study law at Washburn University School of Law in Kansas.

As a law student, Kate worked as a senior student editor of the American Bar Association's Family Law Quarterly and had the opportunity to intern at the Washburn Law Clinic and Utah Legal Services. While in law school she was also able to study international human rights law in Costa Rica through DePaul University College of Law.

After graduating law school, Kate moved back to her native Utah and has been admitted to practice law with the Utah State Bar, all Utah state and federal courts, as well as the Ninth and Tenth Circuit Courts of Appeal. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”) actively participating and volunteering through the Utah Chapter.

Kate enjoys her profession and being able to work with clients from all over the world. She loves to spend time with her family and travels whenever she gets the chance.


Education

Washburn University School of Law

Juris Doctorate

Brigham Young University

B.A. in English Literature

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Utah State Bar

Utah State and Federal courts

9th and 10th Circuit Courts of Appeal

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

J. Reuben Clark Law Society

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