Free Consultation Immigration Attorney

If you’re reading this, you may be asking yourself – “Do I need a lawyer?” The answer is likely “yes.” Your livelihood in the United States is too important to leave any court ruling to chance. When unexpected troubles arise concerning your right to live and work in the United States, you may wonder what…

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Steps to Immigrating to The United States Immigrating to the United States and becoming a citizen can be a daunting process when you’re not sure where to start. In 2018, there were more than 44 million immigrants living in the US. If you are interested in immigrating from outside the country and becoming a permanent…

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Naturalization

A Quick Guide to Naturalization For immigrants in America, naturalized citizenship provides a promise of a permanent home. Further, it provides a valuable and knowable future for immigrants’ family members. Today, we review naturalization – who can pursue it and how can they acquire it? If you have any questions about immigration or naturalization, your…

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Immigration Court Delays Worsen

Immigration Court Delays Worsen Due to Government Shutdown January 15, 2019   The United States (U.S.) is currently experiencing its longest government shutdown in history. Unfortunately, the partial shutdown begun by President Donald Trump continues with no foreseeable end. At the center of the fight is Trump’s demand for funding for his border wall. A…

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Expert Immigration Attorney

Choosing an Expert Immigration Attorney: Four Important Steps Immigration is a cornerstone of United States history and culture. Its importance cannot be denied. Notwithstanding the heated debates currently occurring at all levels of our government and across the country. In Austin, and in Texas as a whole, immigration is a critical issue that impacts diverse communities. Immigration…

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Secure Legal Entry with a Qualified Immigration Visa Attorney

The United States Department of State issues visas to allow foreign nationals to enter the country for specific reasons and for defined periods of time. The individual’s purpose for coming to the U. S. establishes the category of visa required. Merely requesting a visa to enter the United States does not ensure permission will be granted.…

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Dangers of Self Representation in Immigration Court Cases

Political attitudes involving immigration and residency seem to be changing. Last year, for example, the Texas legislature enacted SB-4 in an aggressive attempt to identify, locate, and remove individuals whom they feel are not in the United States legally. As a result, individuals faced with immigration court cases in Texas must adopt a far more strategic defense…

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Nanthaveth & Associates is Preparing DACA Renewals After District Court Mandate

In the wake of a recent order by the district court to continue maintaining the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, immigration law firm Nanthaveth & Associates, is encouraging DACA recipients to prepare their renewal paperwork for filing. DACA is an immigration program that was put in place in 2012. This program allows individuals…

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Checklist for Hiring an Immigration Attorney Austin Texas

During the past year, considerable debate and media coverage has targeted the issue of immigration and residency in the United States. At the highest level of government, conflicting commentary has created uncertainty around the fate of DREAMers and the continuation of DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Similarly, in 2017, a Texas legislation titled…

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