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Two Types of Immigration Fraud
Two Types of Immigration Fraud

Many people in the immigrant community are well-aware of the fact that immigration fraud occurs. However, many of these immigrants do not realize that immigration fraud is criminalized under the Immigration Nationality Act (INA). Immigration fraud (document fraud), is right ...

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Blog posts in June, 2017

  • When is DWI a Felony in Texas?

    Are you facing driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges in Plano, Dallas, or anywhere else in Texas? If so, you may be wondering, “Could I be facing ...

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  • Contributors to Intimate Partner Violence

    As criminal defense attorneys, we frequently represent people who have been accused of intimate partner violence, otherwise known as “family ...

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  • Texas' Medical Marijuana Law

    If you’re a medical marijuana advocate, you’ve probably noticed how states, such as California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Massachusetts, Maine, ...

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  • 6 Most Commonly Abused Drugs in Texas

    Each state has its own battles with drug abuse, and that’s a fact that law enforcement and concerned citizens cannot escape. We looked to the most ...

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  • Is Social Security Disability Retroactive?

    “I became disabled months ago, is Social Security Disability retroactive?” We hear this question a LOT. Fortunately, we have good news; a disabled ...

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  • Can a Drug Conviction Affect My License?

    If you’re a licensed driver in Texas, you’re likely aware of the fact that your driver’s license would be suspended if you were convicted of driving ...

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  • Illegal Possession of a Prescription Drug

    Have you ever been sick before, and your friend or family member offered to give you their leftover antibiotics? Or, perhaps you were at a friend’s ...

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  • USCIS Focuses on H-1B Visa Abuse

    On April 13, 2017, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a press release entitled, Putting American Workers First: USCIS ...

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  • Obtaining an Occupational License After a DWI

    In Texas, when people are convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) on a first-offense, they face a 180-day driver’s license suspension. For most ...

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