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By Guillermo “Gary”  Wiener and John Meyer, Texas Lawyer As immigration attorneys, most of our clients spend years, thousands of dollars and heartache to become citizens of the United States. Sometimes, though, individuals who are already U.S. citizens affirmatively relinquish their U.S. citizenship; however, there are circumstances in which a […]

By Michele Gorman, Law360 The worksite enforcements conducted at nearly 100 7-Eleven locations across the country earlier this month resulted in federal immigration officials arresting almost two dozen employees for being illegally present in the United States and conducting audits and interviews with store workers — and GCs may be […]

By Charles C. Foster, Houston Chronicle It was understood with the surprise election of Donald Trump that enforcement action against immigrants would increase, striking fear within our large undocumented population, the vast majority of whom have lived and worked peacefully in the United States for decades. After all, President Trump […]

By Chris Tomlinson, Houston Chronicle Houston employers need to dot their i’s and cross their t’s, because immigration agents are stepping up demands of: “Show me your papers!” U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is expanding inspections of Form I-9s, which are used to verify an employee’s eligibility to work in […]