Our mission is to provide the most competent US Immigration counsel available at the best possible rate.
Our team of immigration lawyers in the Dallas/Fort Worth & Houston area is prepared to fight for you and your family.
Our practice is focused exclusively on providing immigration legal services of the highest quality & commitment.
At the immigration law firm of Davis & Associates, we understand ALL the immigration options available for you and your loved ones. Garry Davis, Founder and Managing Partner is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in immigration and nationality Law. He and his team of immigration lawyers can help you with all aspects of immigration law in the least expensive way possible while having the highest chance for success!
As an immigration attorney, Garry Davis is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and only practices immigration law. His expertise encompasses all areas of immigration law, with special focus on deportation defense, employment immigration, investment immigration, family immigration, appeals, and federal court litigation...
A proposed rule that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services filed in mid-November could prevent some asylum seekers from obtaining work authorization in the United States. The rule, which is currently open for public comment, would affect thousands of asylum seekers who unlawfully crossed the U.S. border and need work permits to earn money while their…Read the full article
The Department of Homeland Security announced on November 1st, 2019 that Temporary Protected Status would be extended for El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sudan until January 2021. These extensions are in compliance with the preliminary injunctions of cases Ramos, et al. v. Nielsen, et. al,; Saget, et. al. v. Trump, et. al.;…Read the full article
USCIS has announced a change in the fees it charges for the services it provides. The announcement became official November 14th, but is subject to comments from the public for over 30 days. The rate change is expected to go into effect December 16, 2019, while the comment period is still running. Here is…Read the full article
According to a report from the National Foundation for American Policy, October 2019, it is now four times more likely that an H-1B petition will be denied by USCIS. Of most concern is the fact that the law on H-1Bs has not changed. If the law is the same, what is it that accounts for…Read the full article
You’ve probably seen attorneys offer free consultations online, on television or on billboards – but what happens when you call a lawyer for the first time? How much information will you have to provide, and more importantly, what will you get out of it? These are just a few of the questions most people have…Read the full article
Deportation proceedings can be incredibly confusing – and because you have no idea how an immigration judge will rule, they’re often scary, too. For most people, it makes sense to work with a deportation defense attorney who can help. Deportation: When Can Legal Residents Face Removal Proceedings? There are several reasons that the U.S. government…Read the full article