Monthly Archives: October 2018

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Victims of crimes have the right to seek a special “U” visa

Gaps in criminal law, as well as systemic discrimination against undocumented immigrants, often leads to serious, violent crimes going unreported by the victims. Immigrants, particularly those who come to the…

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Are you worried about an immigration detention situation?

Louisiana residents who follow immigration news have likely read recent stories about family members being separated when Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers show up unannounced at people’s homes, workplaces or…

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Family immigration situation turns into crisis

A woman in another state says she and her son are both disabled and they heavily rely on the physical, emotional and financial support her husband provides for their family.…

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Immigration detention finally ends for delivery driver

In July of this year, a young father of two was carrying out his normal duties during his pizza delivery shift. That particular day, his route included a stop to…

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Suicide is problematic in numerous immigration detention centers

If a Louisiana family has a loved one who is currently detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, it is only natural that family members may worry about their loved…

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Trying to resolve US immigration law issues in Louisiana?

When you and your family arrived in Louisiana to live, you likely overcame multiple obstacles as you adapted to life as immigrants. U.S. immigration law is known for being quite…

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