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The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) has made it possible for women to obtain a green card if they’ve been a victim of abuse by a U.S. citizen. The VAWA Green Card covers a parent, spouse, ex-spouse, or their child.
Foreign citizens who are engaged to an American citizen can apply for a K-1 Visa. This fiancé visa permits the non-citizen to come to the U.S. for 90 days. The couple is required to marry within 90 days.
If you’re a non-immigrant, and have suffered from physical and/or mental abuse, or been a victim of crime, we can assist you in taking the steps towards qualifying for a U-Visa. Your past trauma doesn’t have to define your future.
The United States permanent residence visa, also known as a Green card, is the dream of individuals and families aspiring to live in the United States. However, the visa is only accessible to a few eligible persons. Because of its complexity, an experienced attorney is needed to stand a chance of successfully getting a Green card.
A writ of mandamus would be issued by a court, legally requiring a person to complete a specific duty or for a government agency to do so. This writ does not require a judicial case to have concluded before an order is issued.
Visa applicants for green cards living outside the United States are expected to obtain their application via consular processing. Application made via consular processing is provided to cater for applicants in their home country while waiting during the process. The process often takes several months, but it is faster than Adjustment of Status, and the applicants continue their regular employment in the meantime.
The provisional waiver for unlawful presence for individuals who have immediate relatives, spouse, children, or parent in the United States as lawful citizens of the United States, was created to expand the process of waivers and quicken the time spent to accommodate other sects of individuals with statutory eligibility.