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US immigration law policy changes affect U-visa applicants

Being the victim of a crime is a frightening experience. When a person is a victim and is also worried about coming forward to report the crime because of his or her immigration status, it can be an even more harrowing time for that person. In some cases, individuals can qualify for U-visas that allow them to remain in the country legally if they can help law enforcement with the investigation into the crime. However, just like many other changes to U.S. immigration law, policies regarding U-visas are seeing modifications.

Grants may help with citizenship pursuit under US immigration law

Wanting to become a citizen of the United States can seem like a far-off dream for many immigrants in Louisiana and across the country. It is not unusual for many obstacles relating to U.S. immigration law and other factors to stand in their way, including expenses related to filing their petitions. Fortunately, recent news may give hope to some pursuing this dream.

Asylum eligibility requirements may narrow

Being in danger or having a family member in danger is a harrowing situation. In some cases, individuals may face threats in their home countries that make it dangerous for them to even remain in their homelands. As a result, many come to the United States to seek asylum, but as of late, obtaining this protection is becoming more and more difficult.

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