F.A.Q.'s About U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services in Dallas Tx

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Our clients tend to have very similar questions when beginning the citizenship or immigration process, so we wanted to discuss some of the most frequently asked questions and offer information as you begin the process.

What Are The Office Hours Of The U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services Dallas TX area Office?

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Dallas TX area office (USCIS) reports that in order to visit this office or speak with an Immigration Information Officer, you must have an appointment scheduled by USCIS, or you must schedule an INFOPASS appointment on the USCIS website.

PLEASE NOTE: The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Dallas TX area office is not open to the public on Wednesdays.

What Parking and Public Transportation Options Are Available?

Public parking is available on the west side of the building. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) bus route #310 stops at this office. For more information visit www.dart.org or call 214-979-1111.

Is The Office Handicapped Accessible?

Yes, this office is handicapped accessible.

U.S. Immigration Law is exceedingly complex and can be quite bewildering. Many who attempt to handle their own immigration cases without the help of a licensed immigration attorney have seen their dream of becoming a U.S. citizen turned into a nightmare. Many complex immigration issues can create roadblocks to immigration. Any application not painstakingly prepared, satisfactorily researched, and reviewed can be denied, for what one might consider a small error or oversight, resulting in deportation proceedings. In other words, there could be a LOT to lose. The Christensen Law Firm has years of professional experience and industry knowledge to assist in each and every immigration situation. We would love to help you achieve your immigration dreams, so please contact us to schedule a low-cost initial consultation today.

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