Visa Expansion for Student Immigrants in the Works

Among the millions of undocumented immigrants affected by Obama’s Executive Action on immigration reform, which was announced on November 2014, college students may now receive better opportunities for education, such as cheaper tuition, increased aid, and longer stays in the United States after graduating. The measures proposed by Obama include (more…)

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What Is DAPA?

An integral part of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration reform is the formation of the Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) program. Starting on May 20, 2015, parents of United States citizens and lawful permanent residents will be able to apply for temporary relief from deportation, that is, as (more…)

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Immigration Reform – Prior Preparation

As the battle over immigration reform wages on Capitol Hill, and President Obama moves ahead with his planned executive actions, many families throughout the state of Texas wait in guarded anticipation of what will come next. While it is difficult to say exactly how lawmakers will come to agreement on (more…)

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Notarios and Immigration Fraud

In a bold move this past fall, President Obama took executive action to help undocumented immigrants living both in the United States and across our border become legal citizens. Needless to say, this has created a huge opportunity for thousands of Texas families to climb out from underneath the shadow (more…)

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White House Expands Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) Program

Many experienced Texas immigration lawyers and their clients have watched the playing field change in recent months, as the White House has announced executive action on immigration reform in a number of areas. One of the changes covered most by the media is an expansion of the Deferred Action for (more…)

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