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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Immigration Appeals - Davis & Associates - Houston & Dallas

Immigration judges make dozens of decisions each day, but they’re not always in favor of immigrants. Sometimes judges choose to deport people through removal proceedings, deny asylum or citizenship, or make other decisions that don’t seem right based on the circumstances. If a judge has made a decision you don’t agree with, you may be…

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Temporary Protected Status Extended for El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua, Sudan, Honduras and Nepal

The Department of Homeland Security announced on November 1st, 2019 that Temporary Protected Status would be extended for El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sudan until January 2021.   These extensions are in compliance with the preliminary injunctions of cases Ramos, et al. v. Nielsen, et. al,; Saget, et. al. v. Trump, et. al.;…

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Why Are H-1B Petition Denials Rising?

According to a report from the National Foundation for American Policy, October 2019, it is now four times more likely that an H-1B petition will be denied by USCIS. Of most concern is the fact that the law on H-1Bs has not changed. If the law is the same, what is it that accounts for…

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Deportation Defense - Davis & Associates

Deportation proceedings can be incredibly confusing – and because you have no idea how an immigration judge will rule, they’re often scary, too. For most people, it makes sense to work with a deportation defense attorney who can help. Deportation: When Can Legal Residents Face Removal Proceedings? There are several reasons that the U.S. government…

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