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Exceptions for the Naturalization Requirements
Exceptions for the Naturalization Requirements

Are you planning on becoming a United States citizen? If so, congratulations on your decision! Our great nation was built by immigrants who were seeking to build a better life for themselves and their families. To this day, immigrants continue to strengthen our country by ...

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Blog posts in August, 2017

  • DUI vs. DWI: What's the Difference?

    If you’re like a lot of people you may be wondering, what’s the difference between DUI and DWI ? Are they the same thing? Or, perhaps you’re standing ...

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  • What is Internet Crime?

    Internet crime refers to any type of illegal activity conducted over the Internet. Child pornography , identity theft, credit card fraud, Internet ...

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  • Warrantless Arrests in Texas

    You’ve probably heard about arrest warrants; often, a judge or magistrate issues an arrest warrant when someone fails to appear in court as required, ...

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  • Lupus & Social Security Disability

    The Mayo Clinic defines Lupus as “a chronic inflammatory disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs.” The ...

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  • When Are Vehicle Searches Legal?

    Usually when a traffic stop is initiated for a moving violation, expired registration, or a broken taillight, it ends with a warning or a citation and ...

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  • Can a Conviction Be Appealed?

    If you’re like most people, you’ve heard about cases being appealed, but do you know what that means exactly? Can any criminal case be appealed? ...

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  • Human Trafficking in Texas

    Human trafficking is recognized as a form of “modern-day slavery.” Kevin Bales from Free the Slaves says it involves controlling someone through ...

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  • Helping Family Obtain a Green Card

    As a United States citizen, you have the ability to help a family member obtain a Green Card , which would make him or her a lawful permanent ...

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  • Release on Your Own Recognizance (OR) in Texas

    What does release on your own recognizance (OR) mean exactly? It’s basically bail, but it doesn’t cost you anything; you can consider it free bail. ...

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