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having a sponsor

There are many things that need to be considered before moving to the US. It is an important and complex decision to make. US citizen or employer sponsorship for the person immigrating to the US is the first step.

  • Visas for Victims of Crime
  • Deportation Defense
  • Immigration Appeals
  • Deferred Action
  • Waivers
  • I-9 Audits

family-based immigration

Sponsor family members to bring them into the country. Classified as either immediate relatives (spouses, children under 21 years of age, or parents of American citizens) or as part of the family preference system (adult children/brothers/sisters of citizens and spouses/children of lawful permanent residents).

  • Family-based Green Cards
  • Citizenship
  • Fiancé(e) and Spouse Visas
  • The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)

employment-based immigration

For immigrants with very employable skills to enter the United States. Temporary visas allow employers to hire people from outside the US for specific roles over a limited amount of time.

  • Work Authorizations
  • Temporary Visas

Plan on immigrating to Dallas, Texas? The law is complex and we can help you navigate the requirements and procedures. from help with rental property, to car accident assistance , he shown to be very knowledgeable and attentive to clients legal needs S.B. and it is important to get it right the first time.

For the convenience of our clients, we speak Spanish, Vietnamese and Chinese.

ABOUT US

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Van Wiltz

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Admissions Texas, U.S. Dist. Ct., N. Dist. Texas
Certified Mediator
Attorney ad litem

Education

J.D., magna cum laude, Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, LA: 2012 (GPA 3.6)
Awards: Crowe Scholar; Finalist and Outstanding Brief Award, 19th Annual Duberstein Moot Court Competition; Phi Delta Phi Antonio E. Papale Award Recipient; and Law and Excellence Award (for highest grade in Contracts, Property and Law & Medicine).

Van received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where he served as member of the Loyola Law Review and was designated a William L. Crow, Sr., Scholar. Van competed in Moot Court and was a brief writer for Loyola’s Bankruptcy Team, where he received the Outstanding Brief Award at 19th Annual Duberstein Moot Court Competition at St. John’s University School of Law. During law school, Van served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Ivan L. R. Lemelle at the United States District Court and earned Law Excellence Awards in Contracts, Property and Law & Medicine.

Van is a member of the Texas State Bar, The Texas Bar College and is licensed to practice in all Texas courts.
Scholarships: Recipient of the Warren E.W. Mouledoux Memorial & LaNasa-Greco Providence Law and Philip & Mary Collins Law Scholarships.

Student Organizations: Law Review, Moot Court Staff Member; 2010-2011 Moot Court Bankruptcy Law Team,
Brief Writer; St. Thomas More Inn of Court; A.P. Tureaud Chapter of the Black Law Students Association; Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance Program, Intermediate Certified Tax Filer; and Sports and Entertainment Law Society.
B.A., Sociology, University of North Texas, Denton, TX: 2008 (Dean’s List Spring 2008 and Fall 2008)

Publications and Presentations

• Forfeitures and Involuntary Terminations of Texas Entities (Teaching at Accredited CLE Activity, November 19,
2015);
• 2014 Captivate Conference Workshop, Equity Crowdfunding and the JOBS Act (October 24, 2014);
• Texas Supreme Court Limits the Rights of Minority Shareholders, Ritchie v. Rupe (Teaching at Accredited CLE Activity,
September 23, 2014);
• Will the JOBS Act Jump-Start the Video Game Industry? Crowdfunding Start-Up Capital (December 2, 2013).
Completed Work published in 16 TUL. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. (2013);
• N. Burl Cain Warden v. Ahmad Beck, U.S. Dist. Ct. Ed. La. Case 2:09-cv-06113-ILRL (August 2011);
• CyberSecurity in the Cloud: Virtual Data Rooms—Part II (February 28, 2014) and
• Assignability of Licenses in Reverse Triangular Mergers: An Update (Teaching at Accredited CLE Activity, May 14,
2013).

Memberships & Civic Activities

Texas, U.S. Dist. Ct., N. Dist. Texas, State Bar of Texas, The Texas Bar College, Collin County Bar Association, ABA an d
Business Law Section, J.L. Turner Legal Association; UNT Dallas College of Law Louis A. Bedford Jr. Mentorship
Program, Mentor (January 2015 – 2016); UNT Dallas College of Law, Affiliate Professor (December 2015 – February
2016); TMCP Dallas Save-the-Date Reception Committee, Committee Member (May 2015 – July 2015); and ABA
Judicial Division Standing Committee on Diversity – Outreach Program (Judge Barefoot Sanders Magnet High
School), Volunteer (February 2013), Dallas County Dispute Resolution Center August 2018 Mediator of the Month

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PLANO OFFICE

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Office Address: 555 Republic Drive, Suite 200 Plano, Texas 75074
Mailing Address: PO Box 660675 #91832, Dallas TX 75266

Wiltz Law - Dallas Office

3131 McKinney Ave # 600
Dallas, TX 75204

Free parking is available in the building garage with entrances at Bowen Street or McKinney Avenue.

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