Victims of crime and violence VAWA

Victims of crime and violence

You are not alone. Your story can be the key to lawful employment and permanent residence in the USA.

If you’ve faced hardships and obstacles that seem insurmountable, know that your courage and resilience are all you need to start your path towards freedom. Navigating through the darkness of abuse, crime, or exploitation, you’ve already shown incredible strength. Now, it’s time to turn the page and start a new chapter of safety, healing, and empowerment.

VAWA: Your shield of protection and first step to a Green Card

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) stands as a beacon of hope, offering a path to legal status in the United States for survivors of abuse. This powerful provision recognizes the immense bravery it takes to step forward and seeks to protect and uplift individuals who have endured abuse by a family member who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Remember, your gender does not define your eligibility; VAWA is inclusive, empowering all survivors to reclaim their independence and dignity. It includes victims abuse from United States sons and daughters of United states Citizen.

U Visas: Turning adversity into the ability to legally work and live in the USA

For those who have witnessed or been victims of crimes, the U visa lights the way towards a brighter future. By assisting law enforcement, you not only contribute to the safety of your community but also embark on a journey towards healing and legal residency in the U.S. Your courage not only helps bring justice but also paves the way for your renewal and recovery.

Embark on your journey with a trusted and experienced lawyer

Our experienced immigration lawyers are here to illuminate the path forward. We understand the weight of your story and the strength it takes to share it. With compassion, respect, and expertise, we’ll stand by your side, navigating the complexities of immigration law to secure the protections you deserve. Together, we’ll transform your past struggles into a foundation for a brighter, more secure future with affordable and mistake free representation.

Take the first step towards reclaiming equality and recognition

Your journey of empowerment begins with a single step. Reach out to us today to explore how VAWA and U visas can be your gateway to safety, financial freedom, and legal residency. You deserve the best representation, and we’re here to walk with you, every step of the way.

Contact us to discuss the specifics of your situation and get information that will help you work and stay in the US permanently and efficiently.

¿Qué es la visa VAWA? Es una visa por violencia doméstica, que protege a las mujeres, a sus hijos y a los padres. Este programa NO sanciona a las parejas abusivas y busca un cambio de estatus y protección a las personas con abuso. Llámanos para una cita al 512 476 9950. #inmigracion #abogados #abogadadeinmigracion #visa #usa

Posted by Inmigración con la abogada Yohana Saucedo on Wednesday, December 13, 2023

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