U-Visa, T-Visa and VAWA
Have you been the victim of a crime, including domestic violence or human trafficking?
You may be eligible for a special immigration benefit called U-Visa or T-Visa. If the crime occurred within the U.S., you possess information relating to the crime or its perpetrators and have or will be helpful to the authorities in the investigation and prosecution of the crime you may be eligible to receive a U- or T-Visa. As stated above, U- and T Visa holders are eligible for a green card after maintaining their status for 3 years. Our office handles many applications of this nature, and only a truly experienced immigration attorney can assist in assembling to the necessary documentation to obtain this immigration benefit.
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Why Choose Aparicio Immigration Law?
- We Can Relate to Your Experience
- We Have a Record that Speaks for Itself
- We are Local
- Spanish Speaking Services Available
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