Family Based Immigration Reform and the President’s Executive Order

Do you have questions about Family based immigration reforms based on President Obama’s new executive order? LaSusa and Deb, PLLC has created a short video to explain what the executive order means for family based immigration.

By |December 17th, 2014|Family Law, Immigration, Legal News and Events|0 Comments

AILA Official Quick Take on Pres. Obama’s Immigration Executive Orders

As members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, we would like to share with you the National AILA President Leslie Holman’s initial response to President Obama’s announced immigration executive orders. If you have any questions about immigration or about the new executive orders please contact one of the attorneys at LaSusa and Deb, PLL […]

By |November 23rd, 2014|Business, Entrepreneur, Family Law, Immigration|0 Comments

Public Service Announcements Regarding Immigration Fraud

As immigration attorneys and members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, we expect that President Obama’s declaration of new Executive Orders regarding immigration will unfortunately result in an increased amount of immigration fraud. Many less scrupulous individuals will try to take advantage of people promising things that may not be possible despite the new […]

By |November 23rd, 2014|Immigration, Legal News and Events|0 Comments

Some Key Points of Immigration Executive Order

The new executive orders President Obama has proposed will make a significant impact on many families and businesses. Though the details are yet to be established here are a few of the key highlights:

For Businesses:

Ensuring that job-creating entrepreneurs have legal means to enter and operate in the U.S.
Increasing access for university affiliated businesses to […]

By |November 23rd, 2014|Business, Entrepreneur, Family Law, Immigration, Legal News and Events|0 Comments

President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions

We at LaSusa and Deb, PllC welcome the President Obama’s announcement of his planned administrative action to ameliorate some of the harm done by our immigration system in the absence of Congressional action. As members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, we see how the status quo has affect families and businesses. While these […]

By |November 23rd, 2014|Immigration, Legal News and Events|0 Comments

IRS Tax Fraud

IRS tax imposters are definitely on the rise ranging from calls claiming to the IRS or Treasury Department trying to scam victims out of their identities or their money. Even attorneys at our firm have received these types of fraudulent calls lately. One tip is that the IRS and Treasury Department will never contact you […]

By |November 23rd, 2014|Legal News and Events, Tax, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Apple & Google’s Settlement Offer Rejected Anti-trust Case

Earlier this year Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe reached a proposed settlement with employees for $324.5 million dollars in the current anti-trust case before U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. That settlement was reject by the court for being insufficient. This anti-trust case could end up costing the defendant corporations $9 billion dollars. […]

By |November 23rd, 2014|Anti-Trust, Business, Entrepreneur, IP, Legal News and Events|0 Comments

Garland ISD H1-B Investigation and Lawsuits

Garland ISD’s foreign teacher hiring and immigration program was supposed to encourage a process through which much needed teachers could be hired from overseas. The ISD was supposed to assist these teachers in getting H1-B status by assisting them with their immigration paperwork. However, because their immigration paperwork was poorly handled many teachers are […]

By |November 23rd, 2014|Immigration, Legal News and Events, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Templates, Emails, & Social Media

Last week partner, Mishty Deb gave a talk on the legal issues that arise when businesses use online templates, emails, and social media. Tips on avoiding trouble and pointers that might help you in a future lawsuit. As a Dallas law firm that works with a lot of women owned small businesses these are […]

By |November 18th, 2014|Business, Events, Start-Up|0 Comments

SCOTUS Upholds Texas Voter ID Laws

As a Dallas based women owned law firm that represents many women and minority owned businesses we were surprised to see the SCOTUS uphold the Texas Voter ID laws. Though this law on its face may not target minorities the reality of its implementation will be in fact the disenfranchisement of minorities disproportionately to […]

By |October 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments