Washington state has a Limited Practice Officer program.
The only limited license I know of is typically between neighboring states. You can apply to practice in a state you are not licensed in on a case by case basis. Oddly, many neighboring states don't have reciprocity and an attorney may have cross over responsibilities. Hence the need for a limited license. Of course, you must pass a bar in your own state and cannot abuse it. All this tax and immigration stuff referenced isn't relevant. Its a bar licensing thing, not a specialty thing. It can also be granted to a law student to practice under supervision, typically at DA or PD offices. You should be taught this in law school, not trying to be arrogant or rude, but shi.t people this is day one. Do online schools not teach this? That's kind of scary.
1. After working in the mortgage business for many years (10+), I worked for an escrow company in King County Washington for almost 2 years, then took the exam to be a Limited Practice Officer. 2.After having so much finance, accounting and tax experience, I took the Enrolled Agent exam; which allows me to appear in IRS Tax court on behalf of clients. 4. After all these combined year of experience, I am taking the exam this January to become a CMA--Certified Management Acocuntant. In my business now, I focus on real estate tax and finance; focusing primarily on commercial transactions and closings, and also business financial and tax consulting. Not sure if I will go to law school or not.