Tag: Raymond Lahoud

  1. DOJ Announces Convictions for Major Undercover Operation in South Carolina     

    The Department of Justice recently announced convictions in a major undercover operation involving seven construction-related companies in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina. After a years-long investigation into the construction industry in the region, 12 defendants have been sentenced for immigration and employment-related crimes. The announcement underscores the significant criminal repercussions for manipulating undocumented individuals for personal gain. Illegal Check-Cashing Scheme The convictions stem from unscrupulous READ MORE READ MORE

  2. Homeland Security Prepares for Increase in Migration

    With Title 42 set to expire in a matter of months, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) is preparing for a significant increase in migration into the United States.  A recent DHS announcement provides unique insight into the Biden administration’s careful handling and undoing of many Trump-era policies and sheds light on the legal fight that is likely to come. What Is Title 42? On March 20, READ MORE READ MORE

  3. Norris McLaughlin Immigration Chair Ray Lahoud Visits China

    As part of Norris McLaughlin’s commitment to its global immigration practice, I was recently honored to travel to the People’s Republic of China for several days to conduct immigration seminars throughout Shanghai, meet with leaders in China’s manufacturing industry, and discuss tariffs and its impact on immigration with economic development and Chinese export officials, business leaders, and global investors. My intentions when embarking on this trip were to READ MORE READ MORE

  4. Raymond Lahoud Featured in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel

    Raymond G. Lahoud, a Member of the Bridgewater-based law firm Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., and Chair of its Immigration Law Practice, was interviewed and featured in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel. Lahoud primarily focuses his practice on immigration law and deportation defense for individuals and corporations in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania (Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, and the surrounding region).  His immigration work includes Citizenship, U.S. Non-Immigration Visas, E READ MORE READ MORE