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What are my rights in an immigration raid?

Anti-immigration efforts have been increasing throughout the United States, and Texas is no different. With the Trump administration cracking down on illegal immigration, many people are worried about their immigration status. Even immigrants who are in the country lawfully have been unjustly targeted by U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE).

What can a felony mean to your immigration status?

As the topic of immigration remains at the forefront of public discourse, some non-citizen U.S. residents may feel as though they’re walking on eggshells. In such a time of great uncertainty, visa or green card holders may be unsure of what exactly could put their residency in peril. While our nation’s leaders continue to debate immigration policy, a non-citizen resident’s best practice remains staying out of trouble with the law.

Can your ex-spouse move to a different state with your child?

In the event of a divorce or separation, co-parenting can be a tricky path to navigate. There is compromise, patience and sacrifice that goes into the division of parenting duties, and sometimes a big change by one parent can be cataclysmic to what might be an already tenuous situation.

From Fiancée To Permanent Resident

The responsibility to file paperwork may not be as appealing as the excitement of planning a wedding and the celebrations that surround the big day, but it must be done to get married in the United States. If you’re a United States Citizen, you have a chance to bring your fiancée from another country to marry in the United States by sponsoring him or her for a K-1 visa.