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Men say their immigration detention is unjust; they want U visas

Years ago, two men entered the United States from Mexico. Later, they were convicted of murder after confessing to the killings of two people. However, they adamantly claimed that their confessions were forced through physical abuse and torture from investigators. The situation took a drastic turn recently when, after spending years behind bars, the men were released from prison and hope to avoid deportation. Some Louisiana residents may currently be facing similar immigration detention issues.

Immigration detention investigation results in tragedy

Louisiana readers who are currently concerned about immigration legal status situations can likely relate to a couple who recently went through a frightening experience in another state. The immigration detention investigation ended in great tragedy. It began when the couple, who happen to both be immigrants, were leaving a residence to go out and seek employment.

Woman seeking asylum has been detained again

A woman in another state who was brought to the United States as a child has spent the majority of her life here. In fact, many of her older relatives are U.S. citizens. She, herself, has sought asylum, but she has run into several legal problems in recent years. Louisiana asylum seekers may want to keep tabs on this case.

Inadmissibility: 7 reasons to understand

There are seven reasons why people may be inadmissible into the United States as foreign immigrants. Some of these reasons help protect the people already living in the country from illnesses or crimes, while others are a result of issues in your own past.

Mother says U.S. government treated her unfairly regarding asylum

Many people who now live and work in Louisiana came here from other countries of origin, including some from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Some immigrants' journeys went according to plan, by filing the necessary paperwork, attending interviews and awaiting their entrance dates. Others, however, have fled to the United States in fear for their lives, seeking asylum from the U.S. government.

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