Immigration Reform

How Immigration May Affect Texas Elections

How Immigration May Affect Texas Elections

Among all of the current political issues, topics about immigration law are among the most obvious. News about the removal of Temporary Protected Status for specific countries, DACA, the multi-billion dollar border wall, sanctuary cities, ICE crackdowns, and many more topics populate the headlines every day. In Texas, the situation is even more apparent. With…

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Ask Garry Davis Immigration Policy

Ask Garry: Insight into President Trump’s Immigration Policy

Recently, Davis & Associates’ lead attorney, Garry Davis, wrote an article to be published by www.bestlawyers.com over president Trump’s Immigration Policy. Read a copy of the article below: Since being sworn into office, President Trump has made significant changes to immigration law and policy in the U.S. Of particular note are the end of the Deferred…

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5 Controversial Elements Regarding the DREAM Act

5 Controversial Elements Regarding the DREAM Act

The DREAM Act debate has been present in the United States Congress since 2001. While considered bipartisan legislature, Congress titled the legislation the Development, Relief, and Education of Alien Minors (hence the title DREAM). The bill has been discussed, proposed, and reintroduced several times, but it has never achieved the required 60% support in the U.S. Senate…

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3 Things an Immigration Lawyer in Dallas Wants Texas to Watch Out for in 2018

3 Things an Immigration Lawyer in Dallas Wants Texans to Watch Out for in 2018

The election campaigns of 2016 propelled many immigration topics to the forefront of current events. Setting limits on immigration, restricting access from specific countries, and searching out undocumented residents for deportation became key subjects. Every notable immigration lawyer in Dallas is paying attention to the daily activities of the national and state legislatures, as well…

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People Are Calling for American Immigration Reform- Get the Facts

People Are Calling for American Immigration Reform: Get the Facts

Conversations regarding immigration reform did not begin with the 2016 presidential campaign, although the topic has reached a crescendo level in recent months. The Obama administration began calling attention to a need for reform as early as 2008. However, to date, there has been no legislation initiated by Congress that has achieved sufficient support.  …

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