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GSI Named to Louisiana Super Lawyers, New Orleans Leaders in Law

Feb 20, 2020

This week, Gasparian Spivey Immigration earned a number of recognitions for which we are very proud and appreciative. On February 17, New Orleans City Business named its 2020 “Leadership in Law” class...

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How Will "Public Charge" Changes Affect Applicants?

Feb 18, 2020

The controversial new “public charge” rule will go into effect February 24, 2020, and it will impact a lot of family-based applications including those from non-immigrants who wish to change or extend...

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Our Christmas Candle Called for Bridges not Walls

Feb 4, 2020

At Christmas time, lawyers often exchange bottles of wine as Christmas presents. For the second year in a row, we opted for something more personal. In 2018, we commissioned New Orleans artist Leslie ...

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We Welcome Lori Dowell to GSI

Jan 31, 2020

In December, we officially welcomed Lori R. Dowell to the Gasparian Spivey Immigration team, but Lori is not new to the New Orleans immigration law family. She is a 2016 graduate of Tulane University ...

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New Regulation Targets "Birth Tourism"

Jan 24, 2020

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Employers, Administrators Need to Prepare for Site Visits

Jan 22, 2020

“Compliance” isn’t a dirty word, even if it makes employers and administrators nervous. As immigration lawyers who work with employers and institutions of higher learning, we help companies put proces...

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A Breakdown of the Immigrant Population in Metro New Orleans

Jan 17, 2020

We have a pretty good idea who lives in New Orleans, and for immigration-related conversations, that’s important. Debates fueled by abstractions are prone to factual errors and misremembered facts, bu...

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Looking Ahead to 2020 in Immigration

Jan 7, 2020

When people look into the crystal ball to see the future of immigration in 2020, they don’t see anything pretty. The president has found that his core constituency responds well to anti-immigrant rhet...

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Citizenship Fee Hikes Get Injunction, Immigration Records Fee Hike Proposed

Dec 12, 2019

In November, we reported that United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had proposed raising fees to apply for citizenship and asylum. It proposed raising the cost of applying for a m...

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USCIS Proposes Fee Hikes to Apply for Citizenship, Asylum

Nov 20, 2019

When NPR asked acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Ken Cuccinelli how the government’s stricter “public charge” standard squared with The Statue of Liberty’s call to “...

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