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What Texas Immigrants Should Know About Applying for Cancellation of Removal in immigration court

Gavel and immigration law bookThis is the first post in a series discussing what Texas residents need to know before applying for cancellation of removal for non-permanent residents. Not everyone is eligible for to apply for cancellation of removal. For those who are, acceptance …

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Georgetown Residents Should Hire An Attorney When Facing Misdemeanor Drug Charges

Cuffed man with drugsThis is the next post in our series on the handling of Texas misdemeanor charges. Our last post discussed the mistake of thinking that misdemeanor charges are “no big deal.” This article will focus on why it is important to …

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Georgetown, Texas Residents Should Recognize The Seriousness Of Misdemeanor Charges

Court HouseThis is the second post in our series on the handling of misdemeanor cases in Georgetown, Texas. Our last post served as an overview of topics we will be discussing in this group of articles. This discussion will look at …

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Georgetown, Texas Residents Should Take Misdemeanor Charges Seriously

Defendant in CourtThis is the first post in a series on the handling of misdemeanor charges in Georgetown, Texas. We are writing this series as many Williamson County residents make the mistake of not recognizing the seriousness of such charges. The goal …

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Series Wrap Up – Domestic Violence Cases in Georgetown, Texas

Woman afraidThis is the conclusion of our series on the handling of domestic violence cases in Georgetown, Texas. We’ve covered a number of topics over our last several posts. The most important point we wish to get across to those facing …

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Immigration Reform Series Wrap-Up

Hispanic man standing behind an American flagThis is the final post in our series discuss issues that undocumented Texas residents should be aware of regarding recent immigration reform laws. Throughout our series, we have extensively discussed the DACA and DAPA programs and sought to answer common …

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How Texas Families Can Prepare While Immigration Reform Moves Through the Courts

Family sitting in front of houseThis is the next post in our series discussing what Texas residents should know about recent immigration reform. Our last post discussed the recent injunction a Federal Judge in District Court passed regarding the DACA expansion plan and DAPA. In …

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How A Recent Texas District Court Injunction Is Impacting Immigration Reform

Judge issuing a court orderThis is the next post in our series discussing what undocumented Texas residents need to know about current immigration reforms. Our last post discussed when a person with a criminal record should consider applying for DACA or DAPA. In …

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Texas Immigrants Convicted of a Misdemeanor Should Consult an Attorney Prior to Applying for DACA

Young man being arrestedThis is the next post in our series discussing what undocumented Texas residents need to know about recent immigration reform. Our last discussion analyzed whether one should apply for the DACA or DAPA if they are currently pursuing other forms

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