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What is Temporary Protected Status?
What is Temporary Protected Status?

On occasion, the Secretary of Homeland Security will designate a foreign country for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) because of dangerous conditions in the country, or because the country cannot handle the safe return of its citizens. USCIS may grant TPS to certain ...

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Blog posts in July, 2016

  • Juveniles: How to Behave in Court

    Each year, nearly 7,000 children and teens between the ages of 10 and 17 enter the juvenile justice system in Texas. It just so happens that the ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for Rape in Texas?

    In Texas, the term “sexual assault” is used in place of the word rape; this term is not uncommon and many states use sexual assault to describe rape. ...

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  • Penalties for Arson in Texas

    Since fire can rapidly cause damage to property and vegetation, not to mention risk human life, people have to be extremely careful when cooking, ...

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  • Documents Needed for Social Security Disability

    The Social Security Disability program offers valuable benefits to disabled workers whose medical condition is expected to last one year or longer, or ...

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  • Texas Leaving the Scene of an Accident

    Most of us have been in a car accident before, so we know what it’s like. We know that even a minor fender bender can cause us to experience whiplash, ...

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  • DWI Penalties for Minors

    While you’re technically an “adult” when you turn 18, for the purposes of driving while intoxicated (DWI), you are considered a “minor” if you are ...

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  • Penalties for Credit Card Abuse in Texas

    Have you been accused of stealing or using someone else’s credit card information? If your answer is yes, you could be facing serious penalties, such ...

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  • Is Family Violence a Deportable Offense?

    If you are a green card holder and technically a “lawful permanent resident,” that does not mean that you are entitled to live in the United States ...

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  • Theft of Service Charges in Texas

    When it comes to theft-related offenses under Title 7, Chapter 31 of the Texas Penal Code, not all theft crimes have to involve actual physical ...

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