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TX Debt Consolidation in Texas

There’s no need to struggle with the high interest rates of credit cards any longer!  Whatever your reason for falling into debt, Somerset can help get you back on your feet.  Our debt consolidation specialists can help you:

 

Lower Your Monthly Payment
Texas residents benefit from the ease of paying just one low monthly payment while quickly eliminating your debt.

 

Save Money

Somerset Investors Corp. offers some of the lowest mortgage interest rates in TX.  Combine your high interest credit cards, personal loans, retail cards, home improvement loans, time shares, and boat loans into a single low interest debt consolidation loan.  Even if you have bad credit, Somerset’s debt consolidation specialist can get you on the right track.

 

Consolidate Mortgages

Take advantage of lower interest rates by consolidating all your mortgages into a single mortgage with a low interest rate.

 

Smile during Tax-Time

A debt consolidation loan can save you money on taxes!  Unlike credit cards, mortgage interest is usually tax deductible.  Consult a tax professional or one of our debt consolidation specialists to get the facts.

 

Still deciding if debt consolidation is right for you?  There’s never any fee or obligation to speak to our debt consolidation specialists.  They can work with you to determine just how a debt consolidation loan will benefit you.

Local debt consolidation directory for TX:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Jacksboro Jefferson Joinerville Jourdanton
Jacksonville Jermyn Jonesboro Judson
Jarrell Jewett Jonesville Junction
Jasper Joaquin Josephine Justiceburg
Jayton Johnson City Joshua Justin

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"While we welcome legally documented individuals to the Lone Star State, we must ensure that this privilege is not abused by those seeking to enter our country illegally," Gov. Rick Perry said. "These new guidelines will provide additional security."

The licenses and identification cards, which will be vertical instead of horizontal, will also be stamped with the words "temporary visitor" and will list the date their legal residency expires. Advocates for immigrant rights say the change could facilitate profiling.

"If you're an employer, or you're a person who rents out apartments, and you see a vertical license, that could have a negative impact," Dallas City Council member Steve Salazar said. "There's going to be an added incentive for people not to get a license."

Under the new guidelines, DPS will not issue or renew licenses or ID cards for any immigrant who is here illegally, or who has overstayed his or her residency.

Nor will the agency give them to immigrants who have permission to stay for fewer than six months.

DPS spokeswoman Tela Mange said people who are living in the country illegally and show up to get a license without proper identification will simply be turned away. Their information will not be passed on to authorities.

"They won't be arrested ... unless there is already a warrant out for their arrest," Ms. Mange said.

U.S. citizens will not have to provide any additional evidence; birth certificates and other information already on file with the state is sufficient. And online and mail-in renewals will still be allowed as long as they include proper documentation.


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If approved, the ballot initiative would wipe out 40 percent of state revenues and give back to each taxpayer an average of $3,600.

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The Austin American-Statesman reports that police said Baytie also claimed to have a gun.

Authorities X-rayed the backpack and found electronic parts inside. They destroyed it as a precaution.

Hudson says Baytie was arrested on charges of criminal trespassing and terroristic threat. Police do not know if he has an attorney.


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