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January 2014 Archives

Supreme Court may help youths dropped from family visas

Young illegal immigrants in this country face a unique set of challenges when it comes to getting U.S. citizenship. Family immigration can involve many complicated issues. For one college student, turning 21 at the wrong time could mean uncertainty for her future.

President Obama focuses on immigration reform

Louisiana immigrants who have yet to become citizens may be unable or unwilling to do so due to the complicated citizenship process. The estimated 11 million immigrants that live in the United States illegally deal with an ongoing fear of deportation. Fortunately for them, President Obama has taken steps to help protect non-citizens in this country. The President is using his executive powers to enact change in US immigration law while immigration reform has been put on hold in Congress.

Deportation relief an important issue for immigrants

While politicians tout immigration reform as a "pathway to citizenship," immigrants may have other more pressing concerns upon their minds.  Surveys conducted by Pew Research Center of Hispanics and Asian-Americans seem to indicate that concerns over deportation may be more vital.

Undocumented immigrant to receive license to practice law

Louisiana residents may have heard that a state supreme court ruled unanimously today that an undocumented Mexican immigrant may become a licensed lawyer. The case has gained national attention as federal law holds that immigrants who do not have legal status in the U.S. may not obtain professional licenses in the absence of a state government override.