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At the immigration law firm of Davis & Associates, we understand ALL the immigration options available for you and your loved ones. Garry Davis, Founder and Managing Partner is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in immigration and nationality Law. He and his team of immigration lawyers can help you with all aspects of immigration law in the least expensive way possible while having the highest chance for success!
As an immigration attorney, Garry Davis is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and only practices immigration law. His expertise encompasses all areas of immigration law, with special focus on deportation defense, employment immigration, investment immigration, family immigration, appeals, and federal court litigation...
It is difficult to ascertain exactly how many undocumented immigrants reside in the United States. Estimates can vary according to the methodologies used, as well as the politics of the groups in charge of the counting. The real number is likely to lie somewhere between 10.5 million and 12 million, which constitutes around 3.2 to…Read the full article
For the majority of immigrants, moving to a new country is a life-changing decision. Most will migrate to seek a better quality of life or improve your employment prospects. Others may be fleeing persecution or conflict in their native country. But whatever your reasons, it’s important to be aware of the risks. There are many…Read the full article
There are several ways for a non-US citizen to become a permanent resident. One of these is to obtain a green card. When applying for a green card, the appropriate process will depend on where you currently live. If you are living outside of the US, you will likely need to apply through consular processing.…Read the full article