Private Investigators of Houston

Private investigators in Houston are committed to provide reliable and affordable services, and present results timely and in an accountable manner in Houston. Private investigators in Houston just like in Texas must go through some licensing requirements which include thorough checks at the background and also must have some applications presented to the Texas Association of Licensed Investigators. If you assign such a private investigator to your case, you assured of a fully insured and licensed investigator according to state laws in Texas.

Private investigation in Houston, TX 

In Houston and surrounding suburbs and cities such as Texas City, Spring, Baytown, Pasadena and more, full investigations are provided by the Houston . Whether a missing person, fraud, child custody, adultery, asset searches, infidelity, background checks or surveillance cases, ICS is equipped with the expertise and resources to find out that.

Background Check.

Of the most useful and well known services a private investigator can provide is the background checks. Background checks at times form the basis of what a client wants as a step to deeper investigation to provide leads and clues for what the client intends the private investigator to pursue.


Since 2009 when President Obama took office, Texas has at least 48 times sued its administration as per Tribune analysis of state data. Therefore to Texas, such law suits are no stranger. Some of the lawsuits that should be kept an eye on in the first year of President Trump in office include:

1.) Civil Rights.

Ken Paxton attorney general in Texas filed a law suit federal for several states to challenge the newly given guidelines on Trans students by the Obama’s administration in May. The implementation of the guidelines was then barred in August through issue of a nationwide injunction by Judge O’Connor. Currently, in Texas public schools are not bound by the guidelines and therefore they can allow Trans students base on gender identity usage of facilities. The lawsuit might be rendered moot by Trump’s administration.

2.) Immigration.

Texas and other 26 states in 2014 sued the department of security in U.S. following granting of deportation relief temporarily to immigrants undocumented who got in as children and to parents undocumented whose children are already legal citizens. In 2015, Andrew Hanen a federal judge gave an injunction preliminary against expansion of DAPA and DACA programs. After Trump’s election as president of United States of America, Texas lawyers and attorneys general from Justice Department filed motions joined requesting the law suit to be kept on-hold till he takes office. Since DAPA and DACA come from executive actions President Trump can end the programs after taking office.

3.)  Environment.

EPA’s Haze Program expects states to impose measures to cut on pollution especially from old coal plants especially at wilderness and national parks such as Guadalupe Mountains, Big Bend. In 2016, Texas sued EPA after the agency felt inadequacy of a plan by the states and replaced with a federal plan an attempt by the state to improve quality of air by cutting on particulate matter which is a deadly pollutant of air. In July, court of Appeals gave the lawsuits permission to move forward but prevented EPA rule implementation. In November, EPA announced filing of a motion that would retract reduction measures of the federal which requires around seven plants coal-fired to reduce haze inducing emissions in Texas.

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