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You can file a U visa application if you are a victim of a serious crime listed by the immigration service. Also, you must have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse and have assisted or are willing to assist law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of the crime.
You may be eligible to file for a U visa if you suffered from substantial physical and mental harm for any of the following crimes:
*Includes any similar activity where the elements of the crime are substantially similar.
†Also includes attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit any of the above and other related crimes.
At our law office, we have helped crime victims stay in the US with a U visa. We offer reasonable payment plans and try our absolute best to get every application approved. Please contact us now for an appointment (626) 256-8500.
At our immigration law office, we know that a person’s immigration situation can also affect their whole family and that each person’s case is different. So we work to understand our client’s particular problem and work with them to find out the best way to defend them in the immigration courts by reviewing their case to see if there are any waivers or pardons that can help them to remain in the U.S. legally.
Where we find a waiver or application that can help, we prepare all the necessary paperwork and documents, and file them with the immigration court and government agencies. We also help to prepare our clients for the hearings and attend them with them so that they can understand what is happening in their case, answer their questions and keep them up to date with the complex immigration and court requirements. We have significant experience in handling Removal Proceedings and a high success rate.
Contact us today if you need to stop deportation or removal from the U.S. It is important to get help from an experienced immigration attorney who understands your situation and is well experienced with the immigration court system. If you have questions about your case or need help with your deportation defense, please contact our law offices to speak to our attorney.
Our goal is to work with you to solve potential problems and avoid unnecessary delay or denial. We evaluate your immigration history and background and whether you qualify to apply. With our experience we know the ever-changing laws and how best to present your case at a reasonable cost.
A native of Mexico, Mr. H is a qualified French chef who hired our Law Offices to help him obtain a green card so that he could work in the U.S. legally at a Los Angeles area French restaurant. We filed his Labor Certification petition and after this was approved we successfully filed for his green card application.
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