Monthly Archives: March 2014

Get Your Lazy Kids to Help with Spring Cleaning

By Peek & Toland on March 26, 2014

The fridge is full of expired food and strange smells, the floor has some spots and stains, and clouds of dust reveal themselves in the spring sunlight that streams through the windows. It’s about time to engage in some spring cleaning.
Austin Criminal DefenseYou look forward to having an immaculate living space again, but you dread all the work that goes into it. And there your kids are, the ones responsible for the mess, lying around, browsing the internet, playing video games, and just being plain lazy. Whip those kids into shape; have them help around the house! Teach them a valuable lesson on responsibility and lighten the burden of spring cleaning for yourself – that’s two birds with one stone. Here’s how you do it. Read the rest »

Posted in General

Three Strange Roadside Attractions in Texas

By Peek & Toland on March 12, 2014

Texas Criminal Defense
Travelling the many roadways and highways of Texas, you’re bound to come across some cattle ranches, barbecue pits, beautiful expansive fields, and other southern staples. You might be gazing out the car window, perhaps somewhat sleepy from a long trip, when you spot something out of the corner of your eye that makes you do a double take. At first, you might be thinking that you’re going stir crazy from exhaustion, but sure enough, it’s real. Texas is home to many roadside attractions that are inexplicable, unheard of, or just plain bizarre. Read the rest »

Posted in Interesting

EB-3 Visas: What is a “Skilled Worker”?

By Peek & Toland on March 5, 2014

Workers who wish to pursue their careers in the United States may qualify for an EB-3 visa. According to the U.S. Customs and Immigration Service (USCIS), those who qualify for EB-3 visas include “a skilled worker, professional worker, or other worker.”

The USCIS defines each of these categories as follows:

  • Skilled workers must provide evidence of at least two years of job training or job experience. They must also be doing work for which a suitable candidate is unavailable in the United States. Labor certification and a full-time job offer are required. Read the rest »

Posted in Visas

How Can We Help You?

Our team is standing by to help. Call us at (512) 474-4445 or complete this form to send a message about your legal situation.