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Attorney Ruby L. Powers was recently named Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2013! She was named a Texas Rising Star by the Super Lawyers Magazine in 2014. Congratulations! 
In April, Attorney Powers will attend the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) National Day of Action in Washington, D.C. to lobby Congress for immigration reform. She will be speaking at the AILA Texas, NM, OK Spring Conference in Dallas, Texas.  In June, Attorney Powers will speak at the AILA Annual Conference in Boston. 
Law Office of Ruby L. Powers
tbls     The Law Office of Ruby L. Powers is an immigration law firm focused 100% on US Immigration and Nationality Law.Based in Houston, Texas, we represent clients worldwide. With a focus solely on US immigration law, the firm is able to provide excellent service for the immigration needs of our clients. Ruby L. Powers, the founding immigration attorney, has personal experience navigating through the immigration processes and brings this experience and point of view to each client to provide compassion, honesty, and understanding through a critical time in the client’s life. What further sets the Law Office of Ruby L. Powers apart from many other firms is the level of dedication each client receives, which allows a greater attention to detail that is extremely necessary in immigration law. With technology, we are able to provide a greater level of personal attention through various means of communication to each client, regardless of their location.

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DACA Renewal

If your previous period of deferred action expires before you receive a renewal of deferred action under DACA, you will accrue unlawful presence and will not be authorized to work for any time between the periods of deferred action.  For this reason, USCIS encourages you to submit your request for renewal 120 days before your current period of deferred action under DACA expires.

Written by Ruby Powers on February 20, 2014 @ 2:53 pm
Filed under: Deportation, education, immigration bill, Immigration Law, Immigration Trends, Legislative Reform
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