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January 2017 Archives

Are sanctuary cities becoming a thing of the past?

On the same day that President Donald Trump signed an executive order denying federal funding to sanctuary cities, similar battle lines were drawn in Texas. State lawmakers and local jurisdictions are amassing on their respective front lines in what may be an epic battle.

What is employment-based immigration?

People who are aiming to move to Texas just like you have different options available to them in regard to green card options. One potential path that you might look into is employment-based immigration, and we at Trevino Immigration Law wish to help you understand what to expect from it.

What to do if your visa is denied

Whether someone is trying to get into another country for work, school or personal reasons, a visa denial can ruin extensive plans and cause the applicant to lose thousands of dollars. Before giving up, rejected persons and their family members in Texas should learn what steps they can take to overcome a refusal.

Kids may become citizens when parents are naturalized

Under U.S. immigration law, an individual must be 18 or older in order to apply to become a U.S. citizen. Even though children are not allowed to apply for naturalization, they may automatically become citizens thanks to automatic acquisition of citizenship rules.

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