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U Visa Immigration Relief For Victims Of Certain Crimes

U Visa, T Visa, VAWA Law | ILRC

As a national expert, the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) provides technical assistance, trainings and practice manuals on critical immigration options for vulnerable immigrants including immigrant victims of domestic violence, human trafficking and other crimes. U Visa: Immigration Relief for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Other Crimes
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Green Card For A Victim Of A Crime (U Nonimmigrant) | USCIS

DHS U Visa Law Enforcement Certification Guide

U And T Visa Law Enforcement Resource Guide | Homeland S

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides this guidance to federal, state, local, tribal and territorial law enforcement officers. This public guidance primarily concerns law enforcement certifications for U nonimmigrant status, also known as U visas. The U visa is an immigration benefit that can be sought by victims of certain crimes who are currently assisting or have previously assisted law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of a crime, or who are likely to be helpful in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity. This Guide provides law enforcement officials information about U visa requirements, the law enforcement certification process, and answers to frequently asked questions from law enforcement agencies to support investigations and prosecutions involving qualified immigrant victims of crime.

Victims Of Criminal Activity: U Nonimmigrant Status | USCIS

U Visa For Immigrants Who Are Victims Of Crimes

Getting A U-Visa - Immigrant Legal Resources Center

Visas For Victims Of Criminal Activity - State

Immigration Options For Victims Of Crimes - USCIS

Victims Of Criminal Activity: U Nonimmigrant Status | USCIS