4 Ways to Get a Green Card Through Marriage | Texas Immigration Attorney | Davis & Associates

There are four ways to obtain a green card through marriage, but many people aren’t aware of what they are. Remember, if you are attempting to apply for a green card marriage, you must exercise your options in good faith – you must be in a genuine relationship. The four most common paths for non-U.S.…

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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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Everything You Need To Know About Green Cards

Getting a green card is an essential step toward becoming a U.S. citizen. If you want to take the path to citizenship, or even if you simply want a green card without eventually gaining citizenship, here’s everything you need to know about forms, supporting documents, the green card timeline and how the process works. What…

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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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10 Tips To Help You Find The Best Immigration Lawyer In Dallas

With today’s changing landscape regarding citizenship, residency, immigration, visas and travel restrictions, it’s important to protect your rights by working with the best immigration lawyer you can find in Dallas. You need sound legal advice that puts you on the right path. Because attitudes toward immigration law are changing and government officials are tightening the rules around…

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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. 2020 Democratic Candidates: Positions on Immigration There are currently 11 people still in the race for the Democratic Party’s 2020 nomination,…

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Scheduling a Free Consultation with a professional immigration lawyer'

While free information regarding immigration is virtually everywhere, we should always be careful that the information you’re relying on comes from a credible source. Commentary from television, radio, friends, newspapers, community organizations and online seems to flow without interruption. Some information may be correct, some might be partially true, and much of it is false or biased.…

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