Immigration Lawyers in Houston
Successful immigration for you or your family starts at our office
There are various reasons that someone may require the services of an immigration law firm in Houston, TX. Trust Daniel | Williams & Associates to protect your right to home and happiness with skilled legal representation in all aspects of immigration law, including deportation, exclusion matters, and visa matters. The immigration process can be frustrating and overwhelming – let us make it a little more bearable. Call today to set up a consultation for customized immigration assistance. Se Habla español.
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Daniel | Williams Law Firm attorneys can help you apply for virtually any type of family or employment-based visas, including some of the more common ones:
- RFamily-Sponsored Immigration
- REB-1 Foreign Nationals of Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors and Researchers and Multinational Executives and Managers
- REB-2 Workers with Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability in the Sciences, Arts or Business
- REB-3 Skilled Workers and Professionals
- REB-4 Special Immigrant Visas for Religious Workers
- REB-5 Investor/Employment Creation Visas
- RDV-1 Visas (the “Green Card Lottery”)
- RRefugee and Asylum Applications
- RB-1/B-2 Visitor’s Visas
- RE-1/E-2 Treaty Trader and Investor Visas
- RF-1 and M-1 Student Visas
- RH-1B Specialty Occupation (Professionals) Visas
- RJ-1 and Q-1 Exchange Visitor Visas
- RK-1 Fiancee Visas
- RL-1 Intracompany Transfer Visas
- RO-1 Extraordinary Ability Worker Visas
- RP-1 Artists and Athletes Visas
- RR-1 Religious Worker Visas
Non-visa related issues
- RNaturalization applications
- RDeportation and Exclusion Matters
- RCancellation of Removal for serious crimes
- RSuspension of Deportation
- RIRCA and I-9 Compliance for U.S. Employers
- RInternational Adoptions
The visas highlighted above are only some of the many visas that form part of the immigration law services in Houston, TX, that we can help you secure.
Immigration Law FAQs
What types of visas are available if I want to come to the U.S. for a visit or temporary stay?
You can choose from numerous types of visas for your visit, depending on the terms and goals of that visit, along with your own status. For instance, there are tourist visas for a leisure visit, student visas if you’re coming to the U.S. for school, visas for professional athletes, and visas for medical treatment. There are dozens of short-term visas without even considering typical immigration visas, such as those used to help reunite family members.
We can help you determine what would work best for your purposes and help you file the proper paperwork to apply. Remember that you have to abide by the length and terms of the visa, though you may also be able to change your status — by getting a green card, for instance — once you are in the United States. We can assist with all of these steps and ensure that you know exactly what is expected and required by the U.S. government.
I have received a deportation order. Is there anything I can do to avoid being deported?
Yes. Generally, once you get the order, you have the next 30 days to decide what you want to do. In that time, you can choose to file an appeal. Once you do this, your case is put on hold until the appeal is considered — meaning you won’t be deported, even if the 30 days run out before the appeal process finishes. There are numerous reasons to appeal a deportation order, so do not assume that getting one means you’re out of options. You merely need to know what steps to take to start the appeal, on what grounds you can file it, and how to proceed to give yourself the best chance of having the order rescinded. We can walk you through these steps and offer support during a trying time.
How do I obtain a Green Card? How long will my Green Card remain valid?
You can get a green card for many different reasons, such as getting married to a U.S. citizen or applying for a green card as part of your career. You may also be able to get one as a refugee or an asylum seeker. We can help you determine if you’re eligible and which type of application you should use. If you do get a green card, it will then last for the next 10 years. Many people use green cards as a stepping stone, allowing them to stay in the U.S. while they work on becoming a citizen, but you do not have to do so. You also have options to renew a green card after it has expired or to replace it when necessary.
Whether you’re looking to apply for a visa to come to the U.S., to become a naturalized citizen, are considering adopting a child abroad or are facing deportation, the attorneys at our immigration law firm in Houston and New Orleans can help with all these needs and more. Call us at 1-877-229-9997, or use our web form to drop us a line to let us know more about your situation.