USCIS Fees increase 2020

USCIS has announced a significant fee increase for most applications. The new fees are set to go into effect on October 2, 2020. If the fees for your process are going up, to avoid the fee increase, be sure to file your application prior to October 2, 2020. Here is the chart of the adjustments…

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Small Company H-1B Visas

Successful start-up and small companies that wish to grow usually begin with a clear roadmap to achieve their goals. This plan includes objectives, timelines, staffing requirements, and plenty of action plans. In some technical areas, the staffing challenge can be the most significant hurdle to achieving overall objectives. While there may be plenty of specialized…

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Avoiding Deportation In Texas

It’s pretty well-known that Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s arrested over 42,000 people in Texas last year– and that ICE deportation is on the rise all over the country. But what is deportation, and are there ways you can avoid it? ICE Deportation: What You Need To Know Deportation – now called removal – is defined…

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President Trump has issued a new executive order that prohibits visa issuance for certain classes of employment visas. The affected classes are H-1B, H-2B, some categories of J-1, and L-1. The ban also includes dependent family members who could accompany the spouse with the primary visa classification, such as a spouse and unmarried minor children.…

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Pros and Cons About Green Cards

Obtaining A Green Card In The Unites States A green card enables many immigrants to begin their journey to full United States citizenship. Highly-sought after green cards grant their holders lawful permanent residency in the U.S. While green card holders are not citizens, they may live and work in the country indefinitely. Learn about some…

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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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