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October 2014 Archives

Government solicitation could signal green card expansion

You've heard that it's all about the Benjamins, but you may be surprised to learn that a new type of green paper is making waves in Texas and other states. The federal government recently released solicitation documents seeking the procurement of more cardstock for the printing of new green cards, potentially signaling a massive shift in immigration policy. Government documents show that the proposed number of printed green cards is listed at about 5 million per year.

Fighting back against a deportation in Texas

If you think that deportation is not a real threat in Texas, think again. Looking at the statistics from 2012 shows that the United States is very willing to deport people over the border, as 409,849 people were removed from the country. This was done by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Your path to citizenship in Texas

It's no secret that it can be hard to get U.S. citizenship in Texas. The process can be long and complicated, and the U.S. government is very careful about who they allow to obtain citizenship. In the post-9/11 era, it is even harder than ever since so many strict rules are in place to protect the country.

Why should I consider getting my green card?

Are you an immigrant who is interested in obtaining permanent resident status? The process for obtaining this type of credential can be complicated and overwhelming -- that is, unless you utilize the services of an experienced Texas attorney. Adjustment of status takes time and effort, but you will be glad you made the commitment when your green card is finally in hand.

Churches form network to protest immigration proceedings

A new nationwide movement to help immigrants avoid deportation could assist scores of Texas residents in the coming months. The initiative, which has been named Sanctuary 2014, is a program supported by dozens of churches in 12 cities throughout the nation. Those organizations say they will open their doors for illegal immigrants who are currently facing deportation. The program may help many avoid detention while they await a decision in their immigration cases.

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