Posts Tagged ‘Immigration Law’

Ask Garry Davis Immigration Policy

Ask Garry: Insight into President Trump’s Immigration Policy

Recently, Davis & Associates’ President and 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…

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Davis & Associates Jan 2018 Update

January 2018 Immigration News Update

As we enter 2018 it is apparent that immigration is going to remain at the forefront of political conversation, and is still in jeopardy of major policy change. To keep you up-to-date we have compiled four articles detailing the most important immigration updates of January 2018, including: DACA news, H1B updates, chain migration information and shocking…

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3 Ways to Gain Green Card Sponsorship Davis & Associates

3 Ways to Gain Green Card Sponsorship

Responsibilities of Green Card Sponsorship Gaining Green Card sponsorship for permanent residency in the United States is an important goal for many foreign-born individuals and families. Green Card status is a significant step toward achieving eventual U.S. citizenship. In nearly every situation, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) requires that immigrants seeking permanent…

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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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The Complete US Immigration Visa Process

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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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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Monthly Immigration News Round-Up December 2017

December 2017 Immigration News Round-Up

Four possible DACA options as clock ticks On March 6, 2018 almost 1,000 people a day could begin to lose their protected status as their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program permits expire two-years later. President Donald Trump has left it to Congress to figure out what to do with the nearly 700,000 dreamers who…

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How Does a Small Company Sponsor H1B Workers Davis & Associates

How Does a Small Company Sponsor H1B Workers?

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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Monthly Immigration News Round-Up | Dallas Immigration Law | Davis & Associates

November 2017 Immigration News Round-Up

It’s been one year since Americans elected a new President of the United States, and although the Republican party promised to be tough on immigration, nobody could expect that twelve months later immigration news would still be at the forefront of political conversation. To keep you current, we’ve rounded up four of the most important…

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