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August 2020 Archives

What should I do if I’m facing removal?

Immigrants provide substantial value to Texas’s culture and economy. Many have built businesses, families and communities that strengthen the Lone Star State. However, at some point, they must prove their right to remain here. They can do so through a visa, green card or other forms of documentation.

Why legal immigrants are afraid to file for unemployment benefits

The global health crisis has hit the U.S. economy hard – leaving millions of people unemployed. While the federal government has responded by creating unemployment insurance programs that can assist nearly all categories of workers, many legal immigrants are afraid of what accepting unemployment benefits could mean for their immigration status.

Are you hoping to bring your foreign fiance to the United States?

Getting married is an exciting time in any Texas resident's life. Planning a wedding can certainly prove complicated, but for individuals who want to marry a non-citizen, the process may be even more tricky. Fortunately, that does not mean that it is impossible. You will just need to go through more steps and will likely need more assistance. 

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