Undocumented Victims of Crime
It’s tragic but true that undocumented immigrants in the U.S. are often victims of violence.
For fear of being deported, many people avoid reporting the crime to law enforcement. However, those who report and cooperate in the investigation of the crime are likely eligible for a special visa that grants legal status.
Your safety and well-being are crucial. Don’t let fear hold you back from the protection you deserve. Schedule your consultation to discuss your options with us today.
U Visa: for victims of crimes in the U.S.
T Visa: for victims of trafficking or labor abuses
VAWA: for victims of domestic abuse
Asylum: for victims of persecution in their home country
Victims of Persecution
Have you been threatened, targeted, or persecuted by gang members or criminals in your home country?
No one should be forced to live in a place where their lives are at stake. You may be eligible for asylum, which grants protection in the United States.
Schedule your consultation to discuss your case with us today.
You Deserve Safety and Protection.
The United States offers humanitarian options to protect those in danger: visas for victims who have reported the crime to the police, and asylum for those fleeing persecution in their home country.
But the paperwork and the application processes are complicated. That’s why we’re here. Attorney Barraza will navigate the process for you, to help you legally stay in the United States.
The Benefits Are Huge
You will receive a green card, work authorization, and a pathway to citizenship if your U Visa or Asylum Application is granted.
Don’t delay. Start your process with us today!
Reimagine Life for Your Family
Begin dreaming of how legal status can positively impact your life and your family.