Dallas Immigration Attorneys

Immigration laws and procedures change every time Congress gets a chance to vote on the subject. When immigration laws do change, you expect your immigration lawyer to knowledgably represent you because your life is in our hands. We understand that US immigration law is confusing but we personally and professional represent you through the immigration legal maze. Whether you are here on an H-1B or you are applying for a national interest waiver, green card or citizenship, we know that every case is unique.


Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

A recent memorandum by the President of the United States of America authorized a discretionary process (meaning not guaranteed) by which certain individuals could receive immigration relief if they met certain criteria. If an individual entered this country under the age of 31 as of June 15, 2012, then that person may be able to apply for a deferred action. DACA does not grant lawful permanent resident status or citizenship. In order to qualify an individual must currently enrolled in a GED or other type of program, must have made substantial progress within their program to be considered for renewal after the end of the first two years. A person seeking DACA relief may be eligible for employment authorization, if he or she shows economic necessity for employment.

This information is protected from disclosure to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for enforcement purposes, unless he or she poses a threat to national security (terrorism-related) or public safety (criminal activities). Texas Governor Rick Perry was opposed to DACA and distributed a letter to all state agencies, which served to put on notice that all Texas authorities should understand that DACA’s guidelines confer absolutely no legal status whatsoever to any illegal alien who qualifies for the federal deferred action designation.

People applying for DACA will be required to complete biometrics (fingerprints and photo taken) and any missed scheduled appointments may result in the application being significantly delayed or denied. If your application for DACA is denied, you cannot appeal the decision and you will not receive a refund of any fees paid to USCIS or your attorney.

If you would like to make an application for DACA, contact our city of Dallas immigration lawyers today.



The skilled EB-5 attorneys at LaSusa & Deb, PLLC are experienced immigration attorneys who help potential investors seeking visas through the EB-5 program. Not only do we represent investors who wish to obtain visas, but we competently guide you throughout EB-5 application process which includes helping you to minimize or eliminate potential risks to your investment.



In order to become eligible for the EB-5 program, the investor must establish a business or invest in an existing business that was created or restructured after November 1990. Secondly, the investor must invest a minimum of $1 million or $500,000.00 depending on the location of the business. Lastly, the investor’s business must create at least 10 full-time jobs for US workers.



A Regional Center is a business or investment project that focuses on a specific geographic area or business plan.  Regional Centers are established to promote economic growth, create new jobs and increase domestic investment. With over 50 approved Regional Centers in Texas to invest in, Texas has created one of the best places for foreign business investment. Our Dallas EB-5 attorneys routinely assist clients through the EB-5 immigration process and help ensure compliance with U.S. securities laws, immigration laws, labor laws, and local Texas and state laws.



Potential investors are encouraged to seek professional advice when making any investment decisions, and our EB-5 lawyers professionally represent you in your EB-5 application because of our unique experience with the program. Our attorneys speak multinational languages like Bengali, English French, Spanish, and Italian to assist with international investors.