Joseph Krebs Muller is an Austin, Texas based attorney who has focused on immigration legal matters since the year 2012. Joseph is licensed to practice in Texas and Missouri State Courts, as well as the U.S. Federal Court for the Western District of Texas and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit.
Joseph Muller has dedicated nearly the entirety of his career as a lawyer to immigration law, both in assisting individuals with applying for immigration benefits as well as defending them from deportation. Joseph is fluent in Spanish and can provide interpretation services in virtually any language.
Joseph has extensive immigration legal experience. He has worked on a wide range of immigration case types and has served thousands of clients in the following types of benefits:
- Immigration consultations to evaluate benefit eligibility
- Applications for U.S. Citizenship, naturalization, and U.S. Passports
- Green card applications and I-485 adjustment of status applications
- Consular processing for individuals seeking green cards from outside the U.S.
- Benefits for victims of abuse and crime, such as VAWA, U-Visa, and T-Visa applications
- Asylum applications before USCIS and defensively in immigration court
- Defense in removal proceedings, including asylum, adjustment of status, and cancellation of removal
- Bond hearings for detained individuals requesting release from detention
- Federal litigation for immigrants denied benefits and habeas corpus relief for release from detention
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals requests
- Work permits, parole requests, and other miscellaneous benefits
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About the Office
Address: 9600 Great Hills Trail, Suite 150W, Austin, TX 78759
Phone: (512) 593-8258
Available via text messages, WhatsApp, and video meeting services including Zoom and Google Meet.
- Proposed Regulation to Restrict Work Permits for Individuals with Final Orders of Removal
- Biden’s Immigration Plan – What Does a Biden Presidency Mean for Immigration Reform?
- Becoming a US Citizen through naturalization after divorce
- Green Cards for Stepchildren and Stepparents
- When can you apply for US Citizenship and naturalization?
- New Green Card Rules in 2020
- Diversity Visas and the Green Card Lottery
- Adjustment of Status with TPS and Matter of Z-R-Z-C
- Court Halts the Implementation of USCIS Fee Changes
- October 2020 Visa Bulletin Advances Priority Dates Significantly Allowing Green Card Applications
- Form I-944 and the Public Charge Rule Return to Green Card Applications
- What is the Filing Fee for an Asylum Work Permit Application, Form I-765, after October 2nd?
- How to Get a Green Card through Marriage with DACA or Deferred Action