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Deportation Defense for Victims of Domestic Violence

If you are in removal proceedings but are currently being abused by a spouse or parent, then you might qualify for cancellation of removal under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). It is not easy to claim protection under this statute, so meet with a seasoned Austin immigration attorney for assistance with your case. VAWA [...]

2019-10-17T09:47:45+00:00

What Do I Do if I Have Been Found Inadmissible?

Foreign nationals face many hurdles to receiving legal status in the United States, often because they are deemed “inadmissible” under the law. Being found inadmissible will bar a foreign national from entering the United States or, if they are already here, from adjusting status to become a legal permanent resident. Fortunately, you might be able [...]

2019-10-01T04:48:23+00:00

Which Relatives Do Form I-130 Petitions Cover?

Form I-30 is an important immigration tool that can help families stay together. Because this petition is such an important step in the immigration process, it is important to understand the process and verify your eligibility before filing a Form I-130 petition. Preparation can save critical time and money in the lengthy immigration process. Schedule [...]

2019-09-20T07:54:24+00:00

What to Expect after You File a Form I-130 Petition

Form I-130 can be a powerful tool for reuniting separated immigrant families, but the process of filing it and actually getting your relative a green card can be overwhelming. There are many procedural requirements and potentials for delay. This can be devastating - especially when the stakes are as high as reuniting a separated family. [...]

2019-09-16T08:53:43+00:00