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 clients range from individuals and families to mid-size corporations throughout Texas and beyond.


Our practice is focused exclusively on providing immigration legal services of the highest quality & commitment.

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Get To Know Davis & Associates


Headed by Garry Davis, our Founder and Managing Partner, who is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, the immigration law practice is focused exclusively on providing immigration legal services of the highest quality with uncompromising commitment to responsiveness and exemplary service!

Citizens and permanent residents of the United States have the ability to petition the federal government for an immigrant visa for certain family members. U.S. citizens can petition for more categories like Green Card Marriage, K-1 Fiancé Visas, K-3 Visas, and Same-Sex Marriage Green Cards. For people wanting to know how an immigrant visa (also referred to as permanent residency or a “green card”) can be obtained through a family member.  Learn more »

We help both businesses with immigration consulting and services, as well as those individuals applying for work visas. Employers and their human resources staff must balance the requirements to only hire those authorized to work with the equal protection requirements of the Constitution, and federal and state laws. Employers can file an H-1B petition to hire an H-1B worker. An individual may also apply for an investor visa or EB-5 employment creation visa. Other popular types of employment-based visas include: Eb-5 Employment Creation Visa, L-1 Visa, L-1B Visas, P-1 Visas for Athletics and Entertainers, O-1 Visas for nonimmigrant visas, E-1 Visa, E-2 Visa for Treaty Investors, EB-1 Visa, H-2B Employment Visa, H-4 Visa, and J-1 Visa, and TN Visas for Mexico and Canada. We can help with all of them! Learn more »

Citizens and permanent residents of the United States have the ability to petition the federal government for an immigrant visa for certain family members who risk being deported from the USA. U.S. citizens can petition for more categories of family members. Our deportation practice helps individuals and families navigate the challenges of deportation processing including Removal Proceedings & Appeals. We can help! Learn more »

Federal immigration laws allow various ways for a non-citizen of the United States to become a permanent resident. There are a variety of visas that serve as a pathway to residency or as simply a way to visit the USA (tourist visas, such as the B-1 visaB-2 visa, F-1 Visas for students, F-1 Visa to Green Card), and J-1 Visas. We can help with the visa application and appeal process, representing you and helping to guide you through the complicated legal process. Do you need help with Removal Proceedings, Immigration Appeals, Immigrant Visa Petitions, Nonimmigrant Visa Petitions, Change of Status, Adjustment of Status, Consular Visa Processing, Writs of Mandamus and Writs of Habeus Corpus in Federal Court, Political Asylum, Violence against Women Act, Special Immigrant Religious workers, and Waivers? Learn more »

Navigating the hazardous waters of U.S. Immigration Law is becoming more and more difficult for employers. The safe harbors that were once in place to protect employers from consequences for hiring unauthorized workers are not what they once were. Our experienced business immigration attorneys advise businesses of all sizes on employer compliance issues, and offer auditing and educational services to minimize their exposure to discrimination lawsuits and audits by the government. We also help businesses with getting workers into the country legally through employment visas. Learn more »

When a person does not agree with the ruling of the immigration judge at the conclusion of their removal proceedings, they can appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals in Falls Church, VA. We represent our clients through this complicated process. Let us help you with your:

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Inspired and Motivated by the Resilience of the People in the Immigration Community


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!


Immigration Attorney

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...


Keep up to date with news about our law firm and the latest immigration law developments in the Houston & Dallas/Fort Worth area that effects issues such family immigration, business immigration, visas, deportation and more!

Afghanistan Humanitarian Parole

Humanitarian Parole Now Available to Afghani Nationals

We have watched the recent horrific and heart-wrenching news and images of desperate refugees fleeing from the Taliban in Afghanistan. This painful and distressing scene is amplified because family members of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents, some currently in the morass of the U.S. immigration process, remain in Afghanistan today. Regrettably, the U.S. immigration…

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USCIS Filing Fees

Current USCIS Application Fees

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services periodically adjusts its application fees. Often, fee changes take place at the beginning of the next fiscal year, which begins in October. However, that’s not always the case. Because these fees are subject to change, it’s best to check with the USCIS website to determine the current filing…

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DACA in Jeopardy Again

After 9 years of having the DACA program in place, a federal judge has chosen now as the right time to determine that when it was put in place 2 presidents ago, the rules were not properly followed in starting the program. Frankly, it’s inexplicable. If this were an issue, it should have come up…

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