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US immigration law changes put U-visa applicants at risk

Being an immigrant in Louisiana and other parts the United States can be a frightening experience at times, especially if a person did not enter the country through proper channels. As a result, if a person suffers as the result of a crime, he or she may feel worried about coming forward. Though U.S. immigration law allows crime victims to qualify for U-visas in special circumstances, their cases may face delays.

Asylum is not granted to just anyone

Many people often have mixed feelings about leaving home. They may feel sad or guilty about leaving their loved ones behind, or they may worry about leaving the security of what they have always known. On the other hand, some individuals may need to leave home due to the possibility of facing persecution, and as a result, they may choose to seek asylum in Louisiana and other parts of the United States.

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