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February 2019 Archives

There are many options for employment immigration

Living and working in Louisiana might seem like just a dream, but it can be a reality. Employment immigration is a popular way for some workers to come to the United States. However, there is no one-size-fits-all visa that covers all of employment-based immigration. Here are a few options that may apply to various situations.

Immigration officials stage sting with fake university

A recent joint sting operation from Homeland Security and Immigration's and Customs Enforcement resulted in over 100 arrests. Officials set up what they say was a fake university designed to catch people who were attempting to commit immigration visa fraud. This news might be upsetting to foreign national students who are hoping to study in Louisiana.

Rapper 21 Savage facing immigration woes

Those in Louisiana who were not already familiar with rapper 21 Savage for his music now probably know him for his ongoing legal issues. He is currently in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody and faces potential removal from the country and a 10-year ban on re-entry. However, the rapper insists that he is being unnecessarily punished and has not done anything to warrant his current treatment.

Fake immigration court dates cause mass confusion

The recent government shutdown threw an untold number of individuals into a state of uncertainty regarding their previously-scheduled immigration court dates. Despite the reopening, many are still dealing with constant confusion and chaos. On a recent Thursday, immigrants across Louisiana and the rest of the country showed up for what they thought were legitimately scheduled court dates only to discover something extremely upsetting upon their arrival -- their immigration court dates never existed in the first place.