Have you been a victim of a crime on American soil and have a police report? If so, we encourage you to reach out to us for a free case evaluation. Since the very beginning, the Rijal Law Firm has been committed to helping victims. Far too often, victims of violence whose immigration status is due to expire (or has already expired) suffer without speaking up because they fear being removed from the country. Through the U Visa Bona Fide Determination process and others, we help foreign national and nonimmigrant residents who have been victimized by violence to escape abuse, pursue justice, and live the lives that they want.
U Visa Bona Fide Determination Experience
With a U Visa, the victims of certain crimes as well as immigrants who actively provide assistance to American law enforcement agencies in prosecuting crimes can acquire a temporary visa that lasts for four years. Moreover, spouses, children, and partners may also qualify for it. Our attorneys can help you to not just communicate with law enforcement officials, but to negotiate and coordinate with victims’ advocates (if necessary). This process can be complicated, but we have helped many victims to acquire this visa and can do the same for you.
T Visa Help
If you have been a trafficking victim and are willing to comply with the investigation of the trafficking or a related crime, we can help you (as well as your children, spouse, and family members) to be able to work and live in America for up to four years. The T Visa application process is complex. To acquire this visa, it’s imperative to show strong evidence of trafficking and abuse. We can put together the most compelling case on your behalf.
Under the “Violence Against Women Act,” (VAWA), if an immigrant can prove they were abused by an immediate family member who is an American citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident spouse or parents, they can self-petition for a green card. Despite its name, men can apply under this act provided they qualify. Our attorneys can help to assess your eligibility and then, should this be appropriate for you, then we can prepare the strongest possible application with the most relevant documentation. We will work with you closely every step of the way, providing experienced guidance in terms of evidence collection, application presentation, and more.
Immigration Attorneys to Help Those Victimized By Violence and Others
The above constitute just some of the ways that we can help those victimized by violence to immigrate to the United States. If you were a victim, there is nothing to be lost by reaching out. We offer free case evaluations. With the utmost discretion and sensitivity, we can sit down with you and go over your situation, letting you know exactly how we may be able to help. To schedule this free evaluation, message us through our site or give us a call.