According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, people employed in a variety of occupations come to work in the U.S. Some people take on work in Louisiana as a non-immigrant worker on a temporary basis, while others relocate permanently as an immigrant worker. In Baton Rouge, and all over the state, it is crucial for workers from all backgrounds to familiarize themselves with the employment immigration process and carefully plan ahead. For those who experience any problems in the U.S., reviewing their rights is paramount.
Prior to the election of President Donald Trump, the definition of sanctuary cities was murky at best with states taking different approaches to their own policies. With immigration policies doing a 180 degree turn from the prior to the new presidential administration, what composes a sanctuary city seems to be gaining clarity and consistency as these communities are now banding together against the White House.
Since President Donald Trump ramped up efforts to deport undocumented immigrants, media coverage has focused on the emotionally charged fallout among families. However, businesses are feeling the pain as well, particularly those located in Louisiana.
Immigrants often become the targets of criminals, both here in the United States and in their home country. As the victim of a crime, you may be eligible for a special type of visa known as a U Visa.