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Sponsoring a spouse takes time under US immigration law

For many Louisiana residents and others across the United States, finding love in their local area was not in the cards for them. Instead, they found love while traveling abroad, while overseas for work or maybe even online when talking to someone from another country. While this is not an unusual turn of events, it does mean that individuals will need to follow certain steps in U.S. immigration law if they marry and want their foreign spouses to live in the country.

Knowing their rights could help immigrants during ICE interaction

Many individuals who came to the United States looking for better lives may feel as if they are only facing more turmoil. Unfortunately, it seems as if there are threats to the livelihood of immigrants living in Louisiana and other parts of the country every day. Indeed, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are set to begin rounding up individuals, so it is wise for individuals to understand their rights.

Immigration roundups possible in the near future

Many immigrants live in Louisiana and other parts of the United States in fear that they will face deportation. Unfortunately, these immigration concerns are valid as numerous policy changes and actions against immigrants are taking place across the country. In fact, recent reports indicate that approximately one million immigrants with removal orders could be deported in the near future.

Further arguments made against asylum policy

Lately, it seems as if the tragic stories involving immigrants are constantly in the news. Unfortunately, many individuals trying to obtain asylum in Louisiana and other parts of the United States are continuing to face significant hardships as they try to make better lives for themselves. It also appears that their fights are far from over.

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