When you emigrated from another country to Louisiana, you likely felt great anticipation about your new life in the United States. Perhaps, you were joyful because you were planning to marry the love of your life. Maybe you also felt a certain amount of fear or trepidation knowing you would likely encounter numerous challenges as you adapted to a new lifestyle.
Regardless of how much time has passed between then and now, if, at some point, the U.S. government sent you a notice to appear at a Stokes interview, you might be feeling worried, confused and stressed. Otherwise known as a marriage interview, the purpose of such meetings is to determine whether a marriage in question is legitimate. If you fail the test, you may be at risk for deportation.