Joseph Krebs Muller has practiced law since the year 2012 when he joined the Missouri Bar. He has had the privilege of helping thousands of individuals with their legal matters.
Joseph Muller has an Austin-based law practice focused on immigration matters – helping immigrants and their families to understand their rights and pursue immigration benefits. Joseph is a member of the Texas and Missouri Bars and is able to practice law in both states. He is also authorized to practice before the U.S. Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas, primarily in administrative and immigration-based civil matters.
The Law Office of Joseph Muller offers free legal consultations – contact Joseph to get started with your case.
What Kinds of Cases Can Joseph Muller Help With?
Joseph has focused on immigration matters since joining the bar in 2012, but is also available to assist in limited matters of Texas state law. Joseph Muller has experience working on the following types of matters:
- Immigration consultations to evaluate the best strategies for immigrants and their families
- Applications for U.S. Citizenship, naturalization, and U.S. Passports
- Derivative citizenship for children of US Citizens and children of people who naturalize, or become US Citizens, before their children turn 18
- Green card applications and I-485 adjustment of status applications
- Consular processing for individuals applying for immigrant visas, seeking green cards from outside the U.S.
- Waivers, including unlawful presence, smuggling, misrepresentation, and criminal grounds of inadmissibility waivers
- 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 and adjustment of status applications
- Bond hearings for detained individuals requesting release from detention
- Civil litigation in federal court for immigration-based matters, such as denial of immigration benefits, arbitrary decisions under the Administrative Procedures Act, mandamus actions to compel government action, and habeas corpus petitions
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals requests
- Work permits, parole requests, and other miscellaneous benefits