and Citizenship

Becoming a United States citizen through naturalization involves many requirements, and the process can often seem complex. Generally, only those who are lawful permanent residents or have served honorably in the military can apply for naturalization, although there are some exceptions to this.

Having the advice of a knowledgeable immigration attorney is critical in determining your eligibility for naturalization or citizenship. Filing an immigration application when you are ineligible can result in loss of permanent residence, deportation, family separation, and permanent disqualification from lawful status in the United States.

If you are looking to become a naturalized citizen, our team will review your case in detail and provide you with the information you need to move forward successfully. Contact us today.


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United States immigration laws are designed, in part, to unite family members. Within family-based immigration, the most common goal is to bring family members to live in the United States for the long term.


If you are a victim of a crime, be it violent or non-violent, justice must extend beyond a criminal court punishment for the perpetrator.

US Citizenship and Naturalization

Becoming a United States citizen through naturalization involves many requirements, and the process can often seem complex.

Temporary worker visa

L-1A and L-1B visas are available for temporary intracompany transferees who work in managerial positions or have specialized knowledge.

Green Card - Residence

Need help with residence in Tx, USA? We provide legal advice on the i-485 form and green card or immigrant visa requirements.

Work Visas And Others Permits

Legal advice for workers and companies about work and business visa, i 765, EAD, employment sponsorship in the USA.

Business Visa - Investors

The E visa category includes treaty traders and investors who come to the United States under a treaty of commerce and navigation between the United States and the country of which they are a citizen or national.

DACA - Deferred Action

Certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several guidelines may request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal.


As an immigrant to the United States, there are many actions that can jeopardize your ability to remain in this country.

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