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Man seeks sanctuary due to US immigration law issues

The current government shutdown is having far-reaching repercussions. In particular, individuals affected by U.S. immigration law are feeling these impacts as their cases face numerous setbacks. Some Louisiana residents may worry that they could face deportation or other negative outcomes because of the delays in their cases.

A father of 3 facing serious US immigration law problems

Louisiana immigrants who have been living, working and raising families in the United States for more than 10 years are not guaranteed to avoid legal status problems, even though more than a decade has past since their arrivals. A man in another state, who is a husband and father of three, can attest to this fact. He has been living in the U.S. since 1992 and was recently taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

A man and his son have been placed in immigration detention

Many Louisiana households include members who emigrated to the United States from other countries. Some, in particular, are currently facing immigration detention problems regarding legal status issues or other matters. A father and son in another state are trying to resolve similar problems.

Government shutdown causes issues for US immigration law system

Individuals who have immigration cases pending or currently underway often feel a great deal of anticipation. As their hearing dates approach, they may feel a mixture of emotions as they may hope for the best, fear the worst and simply feel relieved that their cases are moving forward. Unfortunately, many individuals working on U.S. immigration law cases in Louisiana and elsewhere may face setbacks.

Families set for release from immigration detention

Immigrant advocates in Louisiana may be among those who have long decried U.S. immigration law as being in need of reform. Immigration detention is a particularly controversial topic that has been in the headlines for some time now. In fact, there have been raging debates regarding tens of thousands of families and individuals who recently arrived at various U.S. borders, many of whom who were then taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

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