President Biden and Amnesty

There has been a lot of talk about the Biden Administration providing amnesty benefits to people living in the U.S. illegally. This rumor has motivated me to write an article on the subject of amnesty and how the U.S. government system works to check the powers of the various branches of the federal government. What…

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DACA Update - DACA Restored - Davis & Associates

On December 7, 2020, USCIS has finally agreed to follow the federal court instruction they have received and has restored the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program or DACA. With the administration change coming in January 2021, we expect that the DACA program will continue beyond the end of the Trump presidency. DACA Requirements USCIS…

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COVID-19 Update Dallas: USCIS Reopening with limits

Starting June 4, USCIS has reopened its field offices. They will only receive people for non-emergency face-to-face services. If you have filed an application with USCIS that requires that you take a fingerprint at an Application Support Center, those offices are still closed for now. No information has been given for when those would begin…

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U.S. Relations Crisis

We at Davis & Associates are saddened by the events that have led to the race relations crisis we’re experiencing in the US. We condemn the inhumane treatment of people we have seen in this country because of the color of their skin. Similarly we acknowledge and are acutely aware of the rampant racial, religious,…

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Davis & Associates Immigration Offices Reopening May 11th 2020

We are excited to inform you that effective May 11th, Davis and Associates Dallas and Houston offices will restart physical operations. We have been successfully operating remotely during the COVID-19 shelter-in-place directives, and are now anxious to return to our offices to better serve you and your loved ones. We will continue offering video and…

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Coronavirus and Chinese Immigration

The World Health Organization has declared the Coronavirus as a “public health emergency of international concern.” How does this tragic outbreak affect US immigration? USCIS has closed its international offices in Beijing and Ghuangzhou, China. All appointments will be rescheduled. Additionally, USCIS has encouraged everyone who feels sick or has started manifesting symptoms of illness…

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Public Charge Implementation | Immigration Policy

Last year, USCIS announced proposed policy changes relating to the requirement that a person seeking admission to the U.S. is not likely to become a public charge. A public charge is someone who is dependent on public resources while in the U.S., such as welfare benefits. A person seeking admission is anyone seeking to obtain…

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What Are The Democratic Candidates' Stances on Immigration - Davis & Associates

The 2020 presidential election is mere months away, and candidates from the Democratic Party are vying for the nomination – but where does each one stand on immigration? Here’s what you need to know. There are currently 11 people still in the race for the Democratic Party’s 2020 nomination, and some of them have vastly…

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