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  • Attorney Gary Ilagan Featured as Speaker for Texas Bar CLE 17th Annual Conference
    Attorney Gary Ilagan Featured as Speaker for Texas Bar CLE 17th Annual Conference

    The Texas Bar held its Continuing Legal Education (CLE) 17 th Annual Conference: Advanced Immigration Law. Gary Ilagan of Fong • Ilagan, LLP in Houston was invited to be a keynote speaker during this ...

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  • Attorney Fong Presents at the TNLA Winter Workshop
    Attorney Fong Presents at the TNLA Winter Workshop

    As Houston immigration lawyers, we’re always looking for opportunities to help out our community – particularly when it comes to the subject of complex immigration law matters. That’s why our managing ...

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  • Trump Claims a “Path to Citizenship” Is Coming to H-1B Holders
    Trump Claims a “Path to Citizenship” Is Coming to H-1B Holders

    Since 2016, the Trump Administration has executed several bold and controversial reforms that have complicated the immigration process for countless migrants and asylum-seekers. Many of the ...

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  • Trump Administration Wants to Change H-1B Program
    Trump Administration Wants to Change H-1B Program

    A proposal that was released by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says it would like to increase the number of H-1B visa recipients with master’s degrees or higher level degrees. The proposal ...

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  • Citizenship Numbers Increase | Houston Immigration Attorneys
    Citizenship Numbers Increase | Houston Immigration Attorneys

    Trump Administration Claims Citizenship Numbers Are Increasing According to a spokesman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), U.S. citizenship numbers are at their highest since 2013. ...

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  • State Department Makes Stricter Rules for Visas to the U.S.
    State Department Makes Stricter Rules for Visas to the U.S.

    According to a piece in The New York Times , consular officials have been handed down new guidelines from the State Department that will make it easier to deny entry to visitors coming to the United ...

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