Victims of Domestic Violence and Other Crimes
We have extensive experience assisting victims of domestic violence, violent crimes, and persecution in obtaining immigration relief.
- To qualify for a U-Visa, a foreign national must have sustained substantial physical and/or mental abuse and have been helpful to law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution the crime.
- To qualify for a VAWA self-petition, a foreign national must have suffered battery or extreme cruelty by their U.S. citizen and/or lawful permanent resident spouse, parent, or child.
Contact our office today to schedule a consultation if you are an immigrant who has been the victim of domestic violence or a violent crime to discuss your options, application processing times, and applications for permanent residence (green cards).
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