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The team of immigration attorneys at MAS Law Firm are committed to providing immigration services across the entire spectrum of immigration matters. Ranging from visitor visa applications, temporary employment visas, green cards through family or employment sponsorship, citizenship, and all matters involving arrest by ICE, detention, and deportation. Our Dallas immigration attorneys are dedicated to excellence and are known for going above and beyond and are building a reputation of being the most hands on and dedicated immigration attorneys in Texas.



An individual coming to United States for temporary visit, tourism, business, or actual employment, needs to have a travel permit commonly known as a visa. There are five major categories of United States visas: Tourism, Education, Special/Family Related, Work/Business, Governmental, and others. At MAS Law Firm our experienced immigration attorneys can help you identify the best visa for your entry into and activities in the United States. Our attorneys have helped clients from around the world obtain United States visas.



An individual can apply to become a permanent resident, by applying for a Green Card. After getting a Green Card, an individual can get immigration benefits including, the ability to work without any restrictions, starting a business, buying property/house, and later on apply for the Citizenship. To check your eligibility for Green Card, our experienced immigration attorney to analyze all aspects of your case and help you point to the right direction. Our attorneys understand the complexities associated with the filing of a Green Card, especially if the filing individual is on employment or fiancé visa. The process requires filing of the right forms along with documents, proofs, and/or affidavits. Our experienced and knowledgeable Green Card Attorneys in Dallas can help you file along with all the necessary and required documents.



Are you eligible to become a citizen of the United States of America? Let MAS Law Firm help you realize this dream. If you have held a green card for at least five (5) years or for at least three (3) years while being married to an American citizen, have a parent that became an American citizen prior to turning eighteen (18) years old, were born to US Citizens outside the United States, or have recently been adopted by a U.S. citizen, then you are likely eligible for United States citizenship. Becoming a citizen will allow you to enjoy the rights and privileges only available to U.S. Citizens (including protection from deportation).


Ensuring that you meet all of the requirements to obtain U.S. Citizenship prior to applying is essential. MAS Law Firm is here to guide you through the citizenship process.


We will prepare you for and attend your citizenship interview, which includes the Civics and English Reading and Writing Tests. Certain individuals are eligible for exclusion from the testing requirements. If you have refrained from applying for citizenship due to fear of testing requirements, contact MAS Law Firm today to see if you qualify for an exclusion or to better understand how we prepare you to succeed in passing all testing requirements.



If you are a non-citizen and have been arrested for, charged with, placed on probation for, or convicted of a crime, we recommend you contact an immigration attorney at MAS Law Firm right away. Our immigration department is prepared to represent you in all matters arising from a criminal offense, which may include arrest or detention by ICE and/or deportation proceedings.


MAS Law Firm also has a full-service criminal defense department, and our immigration and criminal defense attorneys often work together to ensure our clients rights and immigration status are protected. Please do not wait, time is of the essence, we are ready to work aggressively on your behalf.



An individual can be arrested by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), if he or she is in the country illegally or out of status. If you or someone you care about has been arrested and / or is being detained by ICE, it is essential that you contact an experienced immigration attorney right away. We are here to help you with a loved one’s arrest by ICE across United States.



A non-citizen may be placed in deportation proceedings, if he or she:

  • enters the United States illegally (without inspection by customers officer or border agent, after providing false information to obtain an immigration benefit);
  • overstays a validly issued visa (remains in the U.S. after the visa expires);
  • violates the terms of a validly issued visa (obtains employment while being in the U.S. on a visit visa, fails to stay enrolled in school while being in the U.S. on a student visa); and / or
  • Is arrested for or convicted of certain criminal offenses.


If you or someone you care about has been placed in deportation / removal proceedings, there may be relief from removal. Many individuals placed in deportation proceedings are eligible for Cancellation of Removal, Adjustment of Status, and even Asylum. It is crucial that you contact an experienced immigration attorney to discuss relief from removal.




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