Dealing with the immigration laws of the United States can be stressful and difficult for visitors or those who wish to make a life in the country. It's in your best interest to learn the laws so you are positive you are not breaking any of them, which could lead to you being deported and not being allowed back across the border. Here are some warning signs that could lead to claims of marriage fraud.
Immigrants with green cards face increased wait times as the naturalization process bogs down those aspiring to citizenship. In some cities, application backlogs have doubled or tripled for those waiting for advanced job placements or higher education opportunities.
Louisiana once had the dubious distinction of being the number one state in the nation for incarceration. A pack of criminal justice reform bills signed in 2017 helped turn things around.
President Donald Trump recently introduced a plan to vastly reform legal immigration and alter the way the border is protected.
The number of inmates in Louisiana jails has dropped over the past few years, but their beds aren't empty.
The Trump administration wants to charge change a number of immigration regulations, which includes adding a fee to process applications filled out by asylum seekers as it continues to try to stem the number of people from Central America who want to enter the United States.