in Austin, TX
Professional & Experienced Immigration Lawyer
Michael G. Murray, provides comprehensive legal assistance to individuals and families in a variety of immigration-related matters. Our extensive experience, knowledge of United States immigration law, and familiarity with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) procedures has contributed to a consistent record of success. Our immigration law offices are located in Austin, Texas and Miami, Florida, but we serve clients nationwide.
Immigration Attorney Austin, Texas
We know the path to citizenship is not always smooth. Some make the trek on their own. Others get stuck along the way. No matter where you are on your journey, we take pride in helping you navigate through unfamiliar territory.
Let us be your guide.
In today’s enforcement heavy climate, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) often initiates deportation proceedings against many foreign nationals for numerous reasons.
At the law firm of Michael G. Murray, P.A., we work within the bounds of United States immigration law to reunite families and accomplish other immigration goals for our clients.
Those in foster care and whose reunification with one or both parents is not possible, can obtain legal immigration status.
Asylum may be granted to people in the United States who are unable or unwilling to return their home country because of a well-founded fear of persecution.
There are three ways to obtain U.S. citizenship: by being born in the United States, by being born to a U.S. citizen or through the naturalization process.
There are several different types of visas available to foreign nationals who are seeking temporary or permanent employment in the United States. The law firm of Michael G. Murray, P.A., can help.
At the law firm of Michael G. Murray, P.A., we strive to meet your immigration needs. One popular path to obtaining a non-immigrant visa or immigrant visa is through financial investment.
In our current political climate, immigration benefits and the process of obtaining a green card seem to grow more challenging each day.
A noncitizen in the U.S. that has committed a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT) may be inadmissible to the U.S.
the green card
JUST GOT A WHOLE LOT MORE COLORFUL
The June 26, 2013 Supreme Court decision, United States v. Windsor, paves the way for same-sex couples to apply for marriage based adjustment of status to lawful permanent residence.
Give me six hours
to chop down a tree
I will spend the first four
sharpening the axe.
Our Austin immigration law firm and Texas immigration law offices thoroughly prepare each individual case. We are proud of the fact that many of our immigration cases come to us through referrals from existing clients as well as other attorneys in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beaches, and throughout the state of Texas.