About Philip C. Curtis

Philip C. Curtis Immigration Lawyer

Who We Are

P. Curtis & Associates, PLLC is a boutique law firm specializing in immigration and naturalization law. The founder and principle of P. Curtis & Associates, PLLC became interested in immigration law when he married a Peruvian national while still in law school. Mr. Curtis went through the immigration process with his wife and understands the process from a client's prospective. Since graduating from the University of California-Berkeley (Boalt Hall School of Law) in 2002 Mr. Curtis has focused his practiced entirely on immigration law.

Our Credentials

  • University of California - Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law, Juris Doctor 2002
  • Western Michigan University, BA 1999
  • American Immigration Lawyer's Association, Member 2002 to Present
  • State Bar of Michigan, Member 2002 to Present

Our Service Philosophy

Unlike many immigration practitioners and online immigration services we offer a comprehensive immigration service to our clients in which we guide and counsel the client through completion of the immigration process. Although we are located in the Midwest, we represent clients from all over the United States and the World through the utilization of a secure online case management solution.

All of our prospective clients also undergo a comprehensive case evaluation process which allows us to ensure that we will be able to achieve the results the client desires. As a result of this comprehensive case evaluation process we have been able to achieve a success rate of 100%. This is because we do not accept cases that will not succeed.

Although our practice has become increasingly busy, we continue to ensure that we make time to give each client the personal attention and assistance one should expect from a full service immigration law firm. As a client of our firm you will have a direct and personal relationship with your attorney.

If you have any questions about our firm or the services we offer please do not hesitate to contact us.


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