Ten Things You Should Know About Becoming a Naturalized Citizen

10 Things About Becoming A Naturalized Citizen in The United States Many foreign-born people who have arrived in the United States to be closer to their families, apply their skills and education for more significant work opportunities, or have escaped danger in their home countries, have determined that they would like to remain and eventually…

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Immigration and Naturalization Services in Dallas and Houston, Texas - Davis & Associates

The U.S. government requires immigrants and people who wish to become naturalized citizens to fill out and file paperwork, submit to immigration interviews, pass background checks and, in the case of citizenship, swear an oath of allegiance to the United States.Many people turn to attorneys for immigration and naturalization services that help them through the…

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U.S Immigration: Citizenship for Children for Service Members

On September 3rd, three House Democrats introduced new legislation that would eliminate policy changes from the Trump administration that impact how service members pass U.S. citizenship to their children. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a new policy that eliminated the guidelines that say children of U.S. military members and other federal workers abroad…

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Are You or Your Family Affected By the New Public Charge Rule?

The Department of Homeland Security recently published new rules for the public charge ground of inadmissibility. We understand that this news has many immigrants feeling worried and confused as to whether this will impact their status or pending citizenship applications. Here are some of the ways the new public charge rule might affect you: Question: What…

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What If You Get Divorced From Your U.S. Sponsor?

The lawyers at Davis & Associates explain how getting divorced after receiving a green card can impact a person’s immigration status or their rights and obligations. Green card holders are usually unaffected by a divorce when they file another application or petition with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) if they are already a lawful…

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How to Become a U.S. Citizen

Unless you are a United States citizen by birth, you will need to obtain citizenship through a process known as naturalization. Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world begin the naturalization process each year. According to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the agency welcomed more than 7.4 million naturalized citizens over the…

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What You Need to Know About Temporary Protective Status

Temporary Protected Status is designed by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to be a compassionate option for individuals from nations where conditions exist that may keep them from returning safely at a particular time. Alternatively, the home country may temporarily be unable to accommodate the safe return of the individuals. The Department…

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Understanding SB4 Texas Immigration Law

Given the rumors and dialog surrounding immigration matters and the status of undocumented immigrants, separating fact from fiction is essential. The rhetoric that began with the 2016 U.S. election has grown into an ongoing debate over the future of Dreamers, has heightened search and deportation activity, and given birth to state laws that many feel…

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Garry Daivs | Immigration Attorney | Davis & Associates | Immigration Law

Introduction and History of the I-601A There are situations in which a person with a US citizen or permanent resident relative can be sponsored for permanent residence but cannot obtain that permanent resident status here in the US. If a person who has been sponsored for permanent residence by a family member has lived in…

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