I agree with Attorney Lackey. Also you can contact the TX bar or the County Bar association for a list of qualified attorneys who may provide pro bono assisatnce. Another choice may be the local Federal court who often has a list ot immigrationa ttorney who provide assisatnce to low income or indigent clients.
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