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June 2019 Archives

Employment immigration tricky for international students

Summer break is usually the perfect opportunity for college students to work a part time job and earn a little extra cash. This situation is a little trickier for international students who are studying at Louisiana universities. Similar to other forms of employment immigration, students must apply for separate visas in order to work during school breaks. A recent delay in these applications is leaving some of these students without the opportunity to work.

What's going on with family immigration?

Helping loved ones successfully immigrate to the United States is a priority for many immigrants who are already living here in Louisiana. As it currently stands, family immigration is a cornerstone of the process. However, changes that would compromise the success of family immigration could be on the horizon.

US immigration law gets much-needed technology update

No matter how well a person plans out the future, he or she can almost certainly count on change. For some immigrants in Louisiana, this means wanting to stay in the United States for longer than they are officially authorized. Individuals who are in this situation have options for staying in the country while also complying with U.S. immigration law.

Social media now an important part of US immigration law

Social media is widely used and embraced by people from all walks of life and backgrounds. People use their social media accounts to post pictures of their kids, share details of their latest vacation and to connect with friends and family members. A lot of people even think of social media as unimportant, so what they do on it might not even matter. A recent update to U.S. immigration law could change how people in Louisiana view their social media usage.

Is US permanent residency a path to citizenship?

U.S. immigration laws are complex. On top of being an already confusing set of laws, immigration has recently been under the pressure of significant scrutiny and ongoing change. This may have some permanent residents who are living in Louisiana feeling understandably worried about their future. Many may hope to obtain citizenship in the future. Here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to U.S. permanent residency and citizenship.

Is the H-1B the only employment immigration option?

Working in the United States on an H-1B visa is an ideal situation for many people. Unfortunately, because of the limited number of H-1B visas that are available, many applicants are denied. Being denied for this type of visa does not mean it is the end of the road for individuals wanting to come to Louisiana through employment immigration, though. Here are a couple of options to consider.