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We help victims get legal status!

Are you married to a United States citizen or resident and they refuse to file for your green card? Are you the child of a United States citizen or resident or the parent of a United States citizen 21 years or older, who is abusing you? 

At Our Law Firm we help victims of abuse or domestic violence get a green card and work permit on their own. Many immigrants in abusive marriages and relationships find it hard to leave because of fear. Their lack of legal status keeps them in dangerous situations. At our Firm we help our clients apply for their green card on their own through a VAWA self-petition. With VAWA you can apply for your work permit, travel document, social security card and green card. 

What is VAWA and is it right for me? 

VAWA stands for the Violence Against Women Act, and while the name may sound a bit deceptive, this immigration benefit is available for men too. Through VAWA if you are the victim of abuse and the spouse or child or a U.S. citizen or resident or the parent of a United States citizen who is 21 years or older, you can apply for your green card on your own. VAWA is a confidential process, and if approved you can get a work permit, travel document and green card. Your abuser does not have to even know about it. The abuse can be physical or emotional. 

Fix Your Papers In The U.S. 

If you are a victim of abuse or domestic violence you may be able to get your green card in the United States without having to leave the country, even if you came in without permission. You may be able to get a work permit, travel document and social security and wait within the country while your green card application is pending. If you would like to set up a call for a case evaluation with the Attorney, click the link below. 

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