Law Office of Givi Kutidze

Immigration Services in Troy, MI
Immigration Services in Troy, MI If you are just embarking on the immigration process, you may be wondering whether you need to hire an immigration lawyer. While some people may be able to navigate basic procedures without legal assistance, the fact is that the U.S. immigration system is complicated including in ways that are not apparent on the surface. It is very important to comply with immigration laws, regulations, and paperwork formalities if you wish to complete the immigration process in a timely manner and avoid undesirable ramifications. As an immigration lawyer, I guide my clients step by step through these procedures and make their immigration process as smooth as possible. If you work with me, you can expect:

Honesty and integrity

Competence and professionalism

Open communication

Dedication to your case

Reasonable prices
Areas Served
  • Metro Detroit area, Troy, Michigan
Business Details
  • Licensed and insured
Highlights & Specialties
  • Immigration legal services at reasonable prices
Social Profiles

Contact Details

Address
2609 Crooks Rd. #209
Troy, MI
48084
Phone
Driving Directions

Products & Services

Non-Immigrant Visas
read moreIf you do not wish to remain permanently in the United States, there are many different types of non-immigrant visas available. Non-immigrant visas / temporary visas authorize temporary presence or residence in the U.S. for a particular purpose such as employment or study.

Immigrant Visas
read moreThere are two main ways to obtain an immigrant visa. The first way is to be sponsored by an employer or by someone already legally residing in the U.S., such as a relative, spouse, or fianc. Most people who obtain an immigrant visa do so through this type of sponsorship process. However, there are certain exceptional situations in which sponsorship is not necessary, so it is important to investigate all of the possible options that may be available in particular cases.

Green Card
read moreThe Green Card (which is not actually green any more, but white) is the permit that allows a foreign citizen to live and work in the United States permanently. The official name of this card is the Permanent Resident Card, and it can be obtained in several ways.
  • Get free estimates
  • No obligation, no pressure
  • Save time and money
Get Free Quotes