U-VISA

Help for crime victims

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A Humanitarian Purpose

The U-Visa may be available to you even if you aren't eligible for other options. 

FREEDOM

The government created the U-Visa program in 2000 to protect undocumented immigrants and stop the criminals who target them. 

FAMILIES

The immediate family members of U-Visa recipients also receive visas. 10,000 U-Visas are given out every year, not including the ones that go to families.

FORGIVENESS

Many people can't apply for visas because they've committed certain crimes or been here illegally. Those restrictions don't apply to the U-Visa.

FUTURE

U-Visa recipients get work permits automatically.  After 3 years, they can apply for their permanent resident card.

Are You Ready To Claim Justice?

U-Visas are for people who suffered any of the crimes below and helped police investigate them.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

SEXUAL ABUSE OR ASSAULT

RAPE OR INCEST

ASSAULT 

MURDER OF AN IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER

STALKING

KIDNAPPING

BLACKMAIL

Note: This isn't a complete list of qualifying crimes. Schedule a free consultation to talk with an attorney about the specifics of your case.

If you're interested in learning more about the U-Visa application process, or would like to request information you can share with a friend, let us know how we can help. We won't share your information with anyone. 

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