Texas Immigration Attorneys
The American immigration laws can be difficult to navigate, whether you’re a business seeking to bring in new talent, a foreign worker with a job opportunity in the United States, or simply seeking to join family already living here. You want experienced Texas immigration attorneys to guide you through the process so that you don’t make simple mistakes that cost time and money or, worse yet, jeopardize your chances of success.

At the law offices of Bailey & Galyen, we have 40 years of experience protecting the rights of individuals and businesses in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and throughout the state of Texas. We built our reputation and our practice on a commitment to personal service and attention. We know that every case is different, so we don’t apply a “one size fits all” strategy. We’ll take the time to learn the unique aspects of your situation, as well as your objectives, so that we can customize our counsel to get the outcome you seek.

We believe that the most effective attorney-client relationships are founded on trust and communication. We work hard to be available and accessible whenever you need to talk with us. Our Texas immigration attorneys will respond promptly to your calls and emails, and we’ll immediately inform you of all developments in your case. We’ll also make certain that you know your options so that you can make the right decisions about your future.

Let Our Texas Immigration Attorneys Help Fight For You!

We offer comprehensive guidance in a wide range of immigration situations, including:

  • Employment-based immigration proceedings — We will assist you with all issues related to B1/B2 visas, H1B and H2B visas and L visas. We work with business owners as well as potential immigration employees.
  • Family-based immigration matters — We will help you apply for family-based visas, including IR type visas, fiancée visas and family preference or F-type visas.
  • Green cards — Our attorneys will guide you through the process to apply for permanent residency status.
  • Asylum — We will help protect your rights if you are seeking asylum in the United States because of persecution in your home country based on race, nationality, religious beliefs, political affiliations or membership in a particular social group.
  • Citizenship — We will walk you through the steps to apply for the rights granted to an American citizen.
  • Deportation and removal proceedings — Our attorneys will aggressively protect your rights if the government or its agencies wrongfully seek to deport or remove you from the country.



At Bailey & Galyen, our immigration lawyers have extensive experience handling all types of immigration issues, including the following: Work-Based Visas, Family-Based Visas, and Non-Immigrant Visas.



Baily & Galyen will walk you through the steps to apply for the rights granted to an American citizen. Immigrants who are honest and deserving also have a place in our society today, but only those who are able to navigate the legal barriers can successfully attain permanent residence or citizenship.

Immigration Court


Whether you need legal help for family, political, religious or work-related immigration issues, or whether you are facing deportation, the experienced immigration lawyers at Bailey & Galyen can provide the skills and know-how to guide you through the process.

Green Cards


At the Texas law firm of Bailey & Galyen, our Board Certified attorneys will guide you through the Green Card process to apply for permanent residency status.

Victims of Crime/Abuse


Immigrant victims of domestic violence who do not have lawful immigration status in the United States are in an even more vulnerable state because abusers that are U.S. citizens habitually use immigration status and the threat of deportation as a means to keep control.

Immigration and Military


On Friday, October 13, 2017, expedited naturalization through Military service in the US Armed Forces is was longer available for certain foreign-born recruits. Contact Bailey & Galyen for help.

DACA Renewal


On January 13, 2018, the federal government, under a federal court order, reinstated the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) for certain individuals who currently hold or previously held DACA. Contact Bailey & Galyen for help with your DACA renewal.

Arrested by ICE


Bailey & Galyen’s immigration attorneys provide defense for clients facing deportation or removal. When ICE files for deportation, the reasons for removal must be stated.

Immigration Detention


Recent images of children caged in holding cells without parents forced the Trump administration to re-think its “Zero Tolerance” policy and family separation policy at the border.


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