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Immigration Law Attorney in Dallas, Texas
Born and raised in India, I actually earned my undergraduate degree in engineering and earned a master's in business administration before moving to the U.S. to further my education. After becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen, I decided to attend law school at the SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas. After graduating in 2010, I’ve spent nearly a decade representing clients throughout the Dallas area on matters of immigration, personal injury, criminal defense, and family law.
My Desire Is to Bring Families Together
I understand the importance of family, which is why I do everything I can to reunite families and keep them together through my immigration casework.
Whatever legal issue you’re facing, I understand the emotional toll it can take. I truly want to provide relief to you and your family by taking care of all the legal details of your case so that you can rest easy.
Adjustment of Status
Removal of Conditions on Green Card
Green Card Renewal
Violence Against Women Act
Adjustment of Status for Spouse of a U.S. Citizens
Kavitha is very knowledgeable in immigration and helped us in every step by step. I had very bad experience with lawyers who do not respond to calls or emails even though you or your company hired them. Kavitha was reachable any time and gave us confidence every time when we spoke to her. I strongly recommend her to any one who is looking for a responsive and knowledgeable lawyer.
My Personal Experience
If you are looking for a lawyer who really understand your case and gives you a solid solution without taking extra time to make money from you, then Kavitha surely will be the right choice. She'll give you a very solid solution without taking much of your time. She is very passionate and honest with her customers.
Kept Me Informed
Kavitha Matthew has kept almost my whole family in the United States. I came to Kavitha originally on December of 2013 in desperate need of a good attorney for my deportation proceedings. Kavitha kept me in the USA and did U-visa and was able to get me out of my deportation by getting my U-visa approved. I highly recommend Kavitha for any immigration case.
Feb. 17, 2023
I Entered Illegally But Married a U.S. Citizen. Can I Get a Visa?
Marriage to a U.S. citizen can provide a pathway to obtaining lawful permanent residence for some individuals who entered the United States illegally. However, there is no guarantee that an individual who entered the country illegally will be eligible for a visa if they marry a U.S. citizen, so it’s essential to understand the process involved before taking any steps toward applying for one.Read More
Jan. 26, 2023
Appealing a Naturalization Denial
In the last fiscal year (October 2021 through September 2022), some 967,400 adult immigrants became U.S. citizens through the naturalization process. If you factor in children who were able to gain citizenship from their parents, the figure rises to 1,023,200 new citizens. However, during the same period for FY 2022, about 14% of citizenship applicants were denied.Read More
Jan. 3, 2023
I Committed a Crime But Am Married to a U.S. Citizen. Can I Get a Visa?
You married a U.S. citizen while living abroad and now want to join your spouse in the United States, but you fear that something you did can place a barrier in your path. While abroad, you committed a crime and now have a record that will have to be dealt with not only on your visa application, but also in person in any subsequent interview.Read More
Nov. 16, 2022
My Parents Are Citizens, But I’m Not. Can I Get a Visa?
Immigrating to the United States is the dream of people from all across the world. For many, this may mean that you first entered the country illegally, but may later try to become a documented citizen. This process will look different depending on how you arrived here and whether you have any family members who are currently U.S. citizens.Read More
The Building Blocks of My Firm
When I work with clients, it’s important to me that they understand the values that are important to me so they can know what to expect when I represent them. I value honest and transparent communication with all of my clients and am committed to keeping them informed about their case at every step of the legal process.
I take this approach because I believe that honest communication and building a trusted relationship is the only way we can succeed together. I want you to feel comfortable enough to ask questions and speak openly about any concerns you may have at any point.