Affordable
Immigration Law Office

Our digital law office helps you get the immigration benefits you deserve quickly and affordably with the peace of mind that comes from having a lawyer by your side. Our easy to use technology coupled with our experienced attorney will affordably help you obtain your immigration benefit whether it be US citizenship, a green card, a travel document, work authorization, DACA, and more. We charge flat fees – no hidden charges or hourly rates. Pay only for what you need!

Consultation Options

15 minute consultation = $15

30 minute consultation = $99

60 minute consultation = $199

Not sure where to start with your immigration situation?

We can help show you your options and help you complete the process!

Book Your
Consultation

Want to know more about your legal rights? Our lawyer is here to help. You can schedule a consultation to ask any questions.

We Review Your Application

Upon completion of your application, our lawyer will review it and advise you on next steps.

File Your Application with USCIS

We send the completed application to you for signature and provide instructions on how to send it to the government

Need help with immigration?
Book a consultation today

About Your Lawyer

James Robertson is a licensed attorney in Utah and is well-qualified to help others obtain their deserved immigration benefits. He attended the University of Tulsa College of Law where he discovered his passion for immigration. After law school, he launched his career with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services as an Immigration Services Officer where he reviewed and made decisions on hundreds of immigration applications and petitions.

 

After a few years, he was promoted to Supervisory Immigration Services Officer where he oversaw, advised, and trained immigration officers to review and make decisions on thousands of immigration applications and petitions. He started My Immigration in January 2022 and stands ready to review your immigration application and advise you of your immigration matters.