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Asylum seekers in immigration detention face blocks to bond

Individuals looking to better their lives often face numerous hurdles. These hardships are especially prevalent for individuals hoping to obtain asylum in the United States. Lately, many of these people end up in immigration detention, and changes to detention policies may leave them feeling more helpless.

US government working to appeal block of asylum policy change

The current climate regarding immigration has numerous people in Louisiana and elsewhere on edge. In particular, individuals hoping to obtain asylum in the United States are undoubtedly focused on the series of proposal changes, blocks to those changes and appeals currently affecting this area of immigration law. Unfortunately, it does not appear that a set outcome regarding certain policies is happening soon.

US immigration law scam swindled over $300,000 from families

Trying to obtain citizenship or otherwise adjust one's immigration status is difficult. As a result, many individuals in Louisiana and across the country who hope to reach this goal often look for help in completing the process. Though U.S. immigration law is certainly complicated, if individuals do not receive help from legitimate professionals, they could wind up worse off than before.

US immigration law: Several international field offices may close

When individuals in many countries are looking for immigration assistance relating to the United States, they can sometimes utilize field offices set up in those countries. These offices act as an extension of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services as part of their International Operations Division. Though these field offices can help with various aspects of U.S. immigration law, closures of several of these offices could soon take place.

Understanding the U-visa cap

It's hard to believe, but there is a cap on the number of people who can come into the United States as refugees from criminal violence. Usually, people come to the U.S. on U visas, which are set aside for those who are victims of crimes such as abduction, murder, kidnapping, stalking, torture and others.

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