Alvaro Huerta Comments on Louisiana Marriage Law

Former Skadden fellow Alvaro Huerta ('11) was quoted in The New York Times editorial page on a recent bill that passed in Louisiana that makes it harder for noncitizens to get a marriage license by requiring them to first produce a birth certificate and unexpired visa ("Louisiana's Heartless Marriage Law," Oct. 18). According to Alvaro, a lawyer with the National Immigration Center, immigrants are "subjected to different requirements when they want to get married."