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Immigration Law Firm Supports Women In Business

Being an immigration law firm based in San Antonio, it is important to support our community. On May 19th, NAWBO San Antonio chapter and The Lozano Law Firm presented a scholarship for Samantha Dvorak at Construction Careers High School in San Antonio, TX. "It was great to hear how well Samantha is doing in school. We [...]

2018-11-20T01:15:05+00:0024 May, 2018|

10 tips for your Naturalization N-400 Interview

The Naturalization N-400 interview interview is one of the final steps to the Naturalization process in immigration. The N-400 is the name of the application required to become a Naturalized United States citizen. Below we share tips on preparing for your Naturalization n-400 interview. The Naturalization N-400 interview exam is not just about memorizing facts [...]

2018-11-20T01:15:58+00:0012 Jan, 2018|

Christmas Tips for the Long-Distance Family Immigration

Family Immigration and Business Immigration work keeps us very busy all year long. But during our annual Christmas festivity, we take time away from the office to have some fun and relax. This year however, the entire team was not able to physically be at the gathering. Three of our team members from Mexico and [...]

2017-12-18T13:22:34+00:0018 Dec, 2017|

Immigration Attorney Q&A Facebook Live

Immigration Attorney responds to community After last month's visit to Eagle Pass, we were approached by local media Eagle Pass 411, an online source for community news. They informed us that many of their visitors would benefit from learning more about our services and invited immigration attorney Alfredo Lozano to record a Facebook Live. We [...]

2017-12-18T13:22:12+00:0018 Dec, 2017|

San Antonio To Provide Attorney For Immigrants Facing Deportation

Of all the immigrants facing deportation, less than 40% have legal representation. This is a problem. For example, in the United States, anyone who is facing a criminal charge, has a right to a lawyer, regardless of his or her immigration status. However, undocumented immigrant cases are not considered criminal charges, therefore, their cases don't [...]

2017-11-17T06:28:01+00:0017 Nov, 2017|

Paperless Process for E1 Visa

Beginning Monday, October 23, 2017, the U.S. consulate in Monterrey, Mexico will no longer accept any paper-based submissions for E1 Visa applications.  Instead, all submissions for E1 cases in Monterrey will now be made electronically by email to: EVisaDocsMonterrey@state.gov. E1 Visa Submissions must be no longer that 50 pages total – including DS forms, cover [...]

2017-09-25T13:54:11+00:0025 Sep, 2017|

DACA RESCINDED: What you need to know NOW

On September 5, 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that President Trump has decided to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Here are the most important points for you and your family to know about this decision and what it means: The following is effective immediately: Initial requests for DACA and associated [...]

2017-09-05T16:14:52+00:005 Sep, 2017|

Immigrating Your Family When You Live Abroad

We often talk to U.S. citizens who currently live outside of the United States and are now planning to return with their family.  These cases are usually not much different from any other family immigration case, but there are a few important factors to consider as you prepare to move back to the United States. [...]

2017-08-28T12:40:18+00:0028 Aug, 2017|
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