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Can you come to the United States with a family green card?

Immigration is a hot topic currently, and there are a lot of misconceptions regarding this legal process that may prevent people from moving forward with their immigration or visa applications. Despite what you may hear on the news or from others, you still have the right to apply for a green card.

What does it take to get an EB-1 visa?

If you join the thousands of other foreign nationals who wish to enter the country for employment purposes, you may already know that you must receive a visa in order to do so. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services allows for numerous classes of employment visas based on occupation and skill.

Removal of conditions makes a nice anniversary gift

Since coming to the United States, you have probably had many positive experiences. Undoubtedly, you have found a good job, made new friends and perhaps reunited with family who arrived here before you. Perhaps those friends and family gathered with you on your wedding day.

Dispelling immigrant myths: Who commits the most crimes?

Texas is one of many immigration hubs in the nation. It makes perfect sense that many immigrants choose to take up residence here since it's so close to international borders. Whether you're a newly emigrated resident or moved here decades ago, you're likely aware of the various reasons many immigrants come to the United States. Some are business investors, boosting job creation through capital investment in commercial enterprise.

Will your divorce lead to deportation?

Do you remember when you first came to the United States? You just married your spouse and the two of you had dreams of what your life together would look like in the future. You might even have dreamt of collaborating on a business as part of your "American dream." Together, nothing could stop you; that is until, years later, you found yourselves facing off in a Texas divorce court.

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