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As an immigration attorney in Dallas, Texas, Attorney Garry Davis is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and only practices immigration law. His expertise encompasses all areas of immigration law, with special focus on deportation defense, employment immigration, investment immigration, family immigration, appeals, and federal court litigation...
The EB-5 Visa program is an exceptionally popular way to gain permanent residence in the United States, which you can then use to apply for naturalized citizenship – but what is the EB-5 Investor Program, and how can you get into it? For many people, the best option is to hire a Dallas immigration attorney…Read the full article
People who want to study in the United States might be eligible for a student visa (commonly called an F1 visa). But how can you get one, how long does it last, and what happens when it expires? Check out these four things you probably didn’t know about student visas, then find out how to…Read the full article
If you’re considering coming to the United States on an employment visa or you own a company looking for help from foreign nationals, EB visas are worth exploring. Employment-based visas are categorized based upon preference: EB-1, first preference EB-2, second preference EB-3, third preference EB-4, fourth preference EB-5, fifth preference What is an EB-1 Visa…Read the full article
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.…Read the full article
At certain times, U.S. businesses require extra workers to handle seasonal surges or temporary fluctuations that demand the hiring of temporary personnel. In many cases, finding additional workers locally to staff certain positions for a limited time is not possible. As a result, some companies rely on bringing workers from other countries to work and…Read the full article
For companies looking for business visas, the United States immigration program provides several kinds of work visas to fit the requirements of companies and workers alike. Nevertheless, when employing foreign nationals, it is crucial that companies and staff members have a clear understanding of the visa program and its procedure. Here are a few of…Read the full article