LiveLawyers connects you to a Dallas-area immigration attorney for a free 15 minute phone consultation with no strings attached. No credit card. No gimmicks.
Dallas immigration lawyers can help you with citizenship, visa, asylum and other related matters. The immigration process is very complex and it typically helps to have a lawyer on your side to ensure you complete the necessary paperwork and follow all the steps required of the United States government.
Texas does not have too many laws specific to immigration, as naturalization is governed by the Federal Government. But you may need a local lawyer to represent you in a DFW-area immigration court.
If you are a DACA recipient or on a temporary visa you may need to take action to protect your status. To ensure you are allowed to legally remain in the United States, talk to one of our Dallas immigration lawyers today for a free consultation.
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