In Texas, attorney fees are available to be awarded to the winner of a lawsuit in limited circumstances. Some of those circumstances are when a statute provides for attorneys' fees or the attorneys' fees are based on a contract between the parties. Generally...
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Immigration Consequences of a Criminal Conviction
Criminal convictions are the most obvious obstacles immigrants face towards entering or remaining in the United States. Criminal convictions can affect the eligibility of any non-citizen or permanent resident (i.e. green card holder) to continue living in the United...
What the Attorney-Client Privilege Really Means to You
Attorney-client privilege is: (1) a communication; (2) made between one and an attorney; (3) in confidence; (4) for the purpose of seeking, obtaining or providing legal assistance. The basic attorney-client privilege protects client communications with the attorney....
A United States citizen can apply for a visa to allow his or her fiancée to come to the United States and get married in the United States. The U.S. citizen must prove that he/she intends to marry the beneficiary, that they are able to be married, that the...
Becoming a United States Citizen
Who is Eligible to Apply for Citizenship? The process of becoming a citizen of the United States is called naturalization. Generally, if you meet the requirements below, you may apply to become a naturalized U.S. citizen. *You may become a U.S. citizen if you are: At...