This month’s featured case is a “marriage visa” case where the U.S. citizen wasn’t really sure that he wanted to get married. Unfortunately, our immigration laws are so difficult to navigate and punitive for the smallest infractions, that the couple really did not know what they should do. She had trouble the last time she came in due to an aggressive Customs Border Protection (CBP, formerly known as INS) agent who questioned all her entries. She was not sure whether she should tell him that she was visiting her boyfriend, her fiancée or just seeing the sights of California once again. Meanwhile, she was in fact looking at different job prospects but was terrified that if the immigration system found that, they would exclude her. Her fears were correct. If immigration believes you are here scouting jobs, you are not likely to make it past the border or – – if you at the airport – – to your luggage.