U VISA Attorney for Crime Victims
Immigrants without legal status who are victims of certain serious crimes in the US are eligible to apply for U visa status. Crime survivors of of armed robbery, battery, felonious assault, kidnapping, witness tampering and other serious crimes who have assist government officials in investigating or prosecuting the criminal activity whether or not the perpetrator has been caught may be granted U visa status. U visa status and work authorization is granted for 3 years after which U visa holders may apply for lawful permanent residency (green cards). U visa may also be granted to indirect victims such as parents of crime victims.
Attorney Barbara Ann Williams and her legal staff of professionals have helped countless immigrant crime victims achieve lawful status including victims of:
- felonious assault
- domestic violence
- attempted murder
- attempted kidnapping
- child molestation
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