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Provisional Waiver (I-601A)

Provisional Waiver (I-601A)

On January 2, 2013, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that certain immediate relatives of U.S. citizens present in the United States who are not eligible for adjustment of status and are subject to unlawful presence bars (3 or 10 year bar)...
U-Visa (Victims of Crimes)

U-Visa (Victims of Crimes)

U-Visa is a visa that was established to encourage non-citizens to report crime and cooperate with law enforcement officials. U visa is potentially available to victims of torture, trafficking, rape, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, prostitution, domestic...
VAWA (Victims of Domestic Violence)

VAWA (Victims of Domestic Violence)

VAWA (Violence against Women Act) creates a special provision in United States immigration law to protect victims of abuse who are not citizens of the United States.  In cases of domestic violence, US immigration law allows certain victims of abuse who are not...
Asylum

Asylum

The United States has been a place for people to find refuge from oppression and persecution in their home countries. People seeking refuge due to fear of persecution may apply for asylum in the United States.  To obtain asylum the person must show that he or she has...