Ann Badmus – Cowles & Thompson, PC

901 Main Street Suite 3900
Dallas, TX 75202, United States

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TPS for Syrians: 5 Key Facts You Should Know Before You Apply

Because of the continuing armed conflict and worsening of country conditions in Syria, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently announced an extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for certain Syrian nationals…more
| Immigration Law

Three Reasons to Extend Your H-1B Visa While Waiting For Your Green Card

Even if you have an employment authorization document (EAD) for work purposes and an advance parole document (AP) for travel purposes, extending your H-1B visa while your green card application is pending might be worthwhile…more
| Immigration Law

Permanent Residents: Getting A Reentry Permit When Traveling

A lawful permanent resident (LPR) normally may travel outside the United States and return; however, there are some limitations. A reentry permit can help prevent two types of problems: …more
| Immigration Law

Permanent Residents: How To Apply For Citizenship (Naturalization)

In most cases, a person who wants to become a citizen of the United States through naturalization must first be a permanent resident. By becoming a U.S. citizen, you gain many rights that permanent residents or others do not…more
| Immigration Law

Immigration Reform Bill (Part 3): Merit Based Visa Allocations

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

Immigration Reform Bill (Part 2): Merit Based Visa Program

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

Immigration Reform Bill (Part 1): Proposed Changes To Employment Green Card Categories

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

Badmus Law Firm, PLLC Named to DiversityBusiness.com’s Top 50 Emerging Businesses in Texas

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

Warning! New Reports of USCIS Telephone Scams

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

H-1B Cap Reached in 5 days!

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

Applying For Naturalization: Can I Be Ineligible?

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

MAVNI Training And Other Eligibility Requirements For Foreign Healthcare Professionals

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

Unintentionally Abandoning Permanent Resident Status – Part 2: Absence From the U.S.

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law

Avoiding Unintentionally Abandoning Permanent Resident Status: Form I-407 and Re-entry Permit

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
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Case Study: Badmus Law Firm Helps Self-Employed Dentist Obtain H-1B Visa

If you're a foreign medical graduate who wishes to practice medicine anywhere in the United States, the Badmus Law Firm can help you navigate the often complicated immigration process. You are invited to contact us at (469)…more
| Immigration Law
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