Over time the business community in Texas, especially in our major cities, has taken on an increasingly international character. It’s really no surprise that businessmen and women from all over the world have found economic opportunity in Texas, and have started and grown numerous businesses here.

However, occasionally Texas law comes into direct conflict with the nature of the law in an individual’s country of origin—sometimes in surprising ways—and the result can be chaos in that person’s business and personal life.

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