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Immigrant Connection  helps you thrive by providing the professional immigration legal services you need at a price you can afford. 

The US Immigration System is Complex

Here's how we are helping:

  • 300+ Immigrants Helped Each Year

  • $150-$900 Average Total Cost for Services

  • 75% of Clients Receive Reduced Fee Services

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Affordable & Accessible
Immigration Legal Services. 

Our team of specialized DOJ Accredited Representatives are highly-trained to provide expert immigration legal services at a fraction of the cost of traditional immigration lawyers. 

Get The Help You Deserve

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1. Contact Us

Fill out our brief Contact Form to tell us about your unique situation and the immigration legal services you require. 

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2. Initial Consultation

In our 45-minute initial consultation we meet you and discuss your unique needs to determine if we are the best provider for you. 

$50 one-time-cost

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3. Your Personalized Plan

Our experts create an individualized plan to provide you the immigration legal services you need, at a price you can afford.

Contact Us Today. 

Immigrant Connection at City Life Church

574 S. Division Ave, Suite 2A

Grand Rapids, MI  49503


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Immigration Legal Services

Citizenship/ Naturalizaion

Be able to vote, receive US government benefits, apply for federal jobs, bring family members to the US, and more as a naturalized citizen of the United States. 


  •  At least 18 years old

  • Proof of permanent US residence for at least 5 years

  • Good moral character

  • Ability to read, write, and speak English

  • Understand US government and history

DACA Initiation and Renewal

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy grants protection from deportation and a work permit to immigrant youth who entered the US illegally. DACA does not give official legal status or create a pathway to citizenship for individuals. 

DACA status will expire and need to be renewed two years after USCIS approves your original request. 


  • Born on or after June 16, 1981

  • Entered the US before you turned 16 years old

  • Continuously resided in the US

Family-Based Petitions

US Citizens and lawful permanent residents can sponsor their family members living in foreign countries to immigrate to the US. 

"Immediate Relatives" are classified as spouses, parents, and unmarried children under the age of 21. There are an unlimited number of US visas.

All other qualified family members are considered "Family Preference Categories." There are a limited number of green cards available for these individuals, so there is a typically a backlog of requests and long wait times. 

Green Card Renewal & Replacement

A Green Card or "Permanent Resident Card" is an official document granting ability to live and work in the United States as a lawful permanent resident. 

Path's to Green Card Eligibility:

  • Being selected in US government's Green Card Lottery (also known as Diversity Visa Program)

  • US Employer or Family Member Sponsorship

  • Refugee or Asylee Status through Humanitarian Program


Read how Immigrant Connection has improved the lives of West Michigan immigrants. 

“Cindy worked tirelessly on behalf of my family. She petitioned the US government to help 15 of my family members, living in danger in a foreign country, gain safety in the US. She went above and beyond and filed a petition that saved us over $8,625.00. We cannot thank her enough!"

Meet Our Team

Our team of highly-trained, accredited immigration legal specialists are ready to create a personalized plan to provide the immigration legal services you need, at a fraction of the price of traditional lawyers. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to bring an interpreter? 

Yes - if it is possible and you need one, please bring an interpreter. 

If you are unable to bring an interpreter, we have staff members and volunteers who can speak the following languages:

  • English

  • Spanish

  • French

  • Kinyarwanda

  • Kiswahili/ Swahili

  • Kirundi

  • Lingala

  • Sango

Please let us know in advance of your consultation if you need a staff member present, as they have limited availability. 

What forms of payment do you accept? When is payment due?

We accept cash, checks, and charge. 

The one-time $50 initial consultation fee is due at the time of scheduling your first appointment. 

Are you attorneys? 

No - we are accredited by the Department of Justice to practice Immigration Law. We cannot assist in any other legal case. 

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