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Derivative and Automatic Acquisition of Citizenship – Are You Already a U.S. Citizen?

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

There are several ways that someone may prove they are a U.S. citizen without being born in the U.S. or taking the naturalization test.  If they have at least one U.S. citizen parent at the time of their birth, or if their parent becomes a U.S. citizen prior to their 18th birthday, they may… Read More »

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The L-1 Visa – Transferring an Employee from a Foreign Office to the United States

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

Businesses are becoming more globalized every year as countries seek markets overseas.  Many United States businesses have offices abroad, and many foreign businesses have offices in the United States.  United States immigration law allows global businesses to transfer employees from a foreign office to a United States office when such a decision is necessary… Read More »

Lozano Law Firm Opens New Office in Eagle Pass – Expands Reach of Immigration Law Practice

By The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

After eight years of providing consultations at a hotel conference room in Eagle Pass, and due to a growing demand for our services and the continuous growth of our legal practice, the Lozano Law Firm has now opened an additional office in Eagle Pass to better serve the people of Maverick County and surrounding… Read More »

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What is Expedited Removal?

By The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

An Executive Order issued by the President on January 25th instructs the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to expand the use of “expedited removal”.   On February 20, 2017, a memo by DHS stated further instructions are to come regarding what individuals will be subject to expedited removal as instructed by the Executive Order. … Read More »

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A Warning to Legal Residents Returning to the United States: Form I-407, Abandonment of LPR Status

By The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order banning all people from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia from being able to enter the United States.  The administration’s claim is that the ban only affects people from those countries, and that legal permanent residents (LPR’s) should be allowed entry so long… Read More »

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