How to Get My Fiancé a Visa in the United States

Anything to do with immigration and visas for entry into the United States could be becoming more challenging than in the past. Without professional legal assistance in many cases, individuals are facing delayed and even denied entry into the United States. One immigration category of common interest regarding family immigration refers to petitioning for a…

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7 Traits of the Best Immigration Lawyers

While education and experience are critical attributes of the best immigration lawyers, personal commitment and compassion to your case are also underlying virtues for success. Law and law enforcement can be a cold and impersonal discipline, something Davis & Associates is trying to change. The best immigration lawyers dedicate their lives to protecting the rights of every…

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The Complete US Immigration Visa Process

The process for applying for a US immigration visa can seem very complicated. While the State Department issues temporary visas regularly for study, work or business, and other categories, a true US immigration visa is intended to be permanent. Immigrant visa holders usually wish to become permanent residents and citizens eventually. In the majority of cases, a US immigration…

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10 Questions Family Immigration Lawyer

Lately, there has been more attention paid to immigration and deportation than ever before. Law enforcement in some areas of the country are aggressively searching out undocumented immigrants with the intent to deport them. An executive order this year has limited the immigration of individuals from six mostly Muslim countries. According to The Atlantic, the…

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5 ways a Dallas immigration attorny can help my family | Davis & Associates

Individuals who are already citizens can help family members obtain the necessary visas to become permanent residents of the United States. Relatives or family members can be defined as a spouse or fiancé, child, brother or sister, or parent. The three-step process to obtain residency status for a relative can take considerable time and requires…

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Relationships that can sponsor immigration | Dallas Immigration Attorney | Davis & Associates

The freedoms we enjoy, the economic opportunities and the relatively peaceful and stable social situation in the United States continues to make it a prime destination for people throughout the world seek to settle here. Another draw is family ties to the United States Only certain family relationships qualify for sponsoring family members to immigrate…

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

The Challenge of H-1B Visas In our Dallas Immigration Law practice, we are frequently asked the question, “How can I get a work visa?” Technically, there is no such thing as a general visa to work in the US. Each visa type is for a specific purpose, such as studying (F-1, M-1, J-1), tourism (B-2),…

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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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