Travis Wooley



Ph: 248-643-4900, (ext. 2006)


Travis Wooley’s passion for immigration law stems from its role in fostering diversity in America. As he says, “while those who immigrate to the U.S. have an opportunity to seek out the American dream, those who are already here get to learn about the experiences and ideas that immigrants bring with them.” Describing it as “the biggest win-win that America has to offer,” Travis brings to his practice an empathic approach that aims to make the immigration process as manageable as possible.

As an Attorney at FGI, Travis specializes in employment-based adjustment of status cases (EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3) for clients in the information technology domain. Previously, Travis interned with the Detroit Immigration Court and the International Rescue Committee. He also served in the Wayne State University Immigration and Asylum Law Clinic. He also worked for a firm on the West Coast where he assisted clients in the hardware fabrication and entertainment industries.

Travis achieved his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and earned his J.D. at the Wayne State University Law School. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. In his spare time, he enjoys skiing, mountaineering, backpacking, cycling, running, writing, and travel (Brazil, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, France, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Chile, and Canada). Asked to summarize his practice philosophy, Travis quoted former Attorney General, Robert Kennedy: “The purpose of life is to contribute in some way to making things better.”

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