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    U Visas

    Victims of qualifying crimes in the U.S. who have been helpful and suffered substantial harm from the crime. Find out more about who qualifies and including eligible family members as dependents in an application.

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    T Visas

    The T visa category provides 5,000 visas per year for victims of severe trafficking who are physically present in the U.S. and meet other requirements. Learn more about these requirements and including eligible family members.

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    Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

    Spouse or child of a US citizen or permanent resident or parent of a US citizen who is battered or subject to extreme cruelty can self-petition independently of the abusive citizen or permanent resident spouse or parent. Learn more here about the requirements and how we can help.

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    Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)

    The Special Immigrant Juvenile Status is an application offered specifically to children who are living in the United States without status and are in the state juvenile system. The child must meet certain requirements based on age, custody, and nature of parent-child relationship, among others.

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