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The Trump Administration’s focus on border enforcement and its unprecedented assault on the rights of asylum seekers has been a big story.  Less recognized is its steady day-by-day steps to reduce legal immigration, frequently attributed to the influence of Stephen Miller, President Trump’s Senior Policy Advisor on Immigration.  From early […]

The issuance of driver licenses is a state-issued benefit and therefore is governed by state law. This blog only addresses obstacles encountered by those without U.S. citizenship or permanent residency when applying for a Texas driver’s license. If you are unsure whether your immigration status allows you to apply for […]

Effective October 15, 2019, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will begin implementation of a new rule for inadmissibility on “public charge” grounds unless litigation halts its implementation. The rule would not be retroactive. Foreign Nationals Impacted This new public charge rule impacts: Foreign nationals inside the United States in […]