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U Visas: Help for Immigrant Victims of Violent Crime


  • U Visas: Help for Immigrant Victims of Violent Crime

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    • Immigration Remedies for Trafficking Victims brochure - (from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) - The availability of relief will be determined by the individual circumstances surrounding the victimization and the specific eligibility requirements of the type of relief sought. The victim (or someone acting on the victim’s behalf) may be eligible to apply for a T or U nonimmigrant visa.

    This information last reviewed 10/28/11.


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