Our thoughts and prayers are with all the families affected by the storm. Our office remains closed until Thursday, and voice mails will be returned when possible. Our number one priority is for everyone to stay safe. The U.S. DHS FEMA has posted a statement that ICE or CBP will not conduct immigration enforcement in shelters or other relief sites except if local law enforcement informs ICE of a “serious criminal alien” presenting a public safety threat. Anyone, regardless of immigration status, may seek shelter, and Red Cross does not require identification to stay at its shelters.
Your personal specialist in U.S. visa and immigration matters, the Law Office of Danuta Villarreal, PLLC represents clients exclusively in matters involving U.S. immigration and citizenship laws. Danuta “Danka” Villarreal is Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
With personal knowledge and experience in navigating an increasingly complex immigration process, immigration attorney Danka Villarreal understands what her clients are experiencing during this critical juncture in their lives. All clients are treated with the highest level of service, courtesy, confidentiality and respect.
Most non-U.S. citizens, including non-immigrant visa holders and lawful permanent residents, must report a change of address within 10 days of moving within the United States or its territories. This may be accomplished by filing Form AR-11 by mail or online. For more information, please refer to http://www.uscis.gov/addresschange.