U Visa Lawyer in New Jersey to protect victims of crime

Odunlami Law is a professional U Visa Attorney for victims in the US

In order to protect victims of crime, the United States Congress created the so-called U Visa in 2000. Its objective is to motivate victims to enforce the law and take their case to investigation without fear of being deported.

Victims of crimes such as domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, and felony assault, among others, are eligible for the U Visa.

Immigrants who are given this benefit can receive a work permit (“Employment Authorization Document”) and they will also be able to apply for a permanent residence after three years of obtaining the U Visa. After being a permanent resident for five years, they can also apply for citizenship, assuming they meet all other requirements for the status.

How to know if you are eligible for the U visa

  • You are the victim of a qualified criminal act.
  • You have suffered physical or mental abuse as a result of being the victim of a criminal act.
  • You have information about criminal activity.
  • You were helpful, are being helpful, or are likely to be helpful to law enforcement agencies in the criminal investigation or prosecution of the crime.
  • This crime took place in the United States or violated US law.
  • You are eligible for admission to the US.

What can a U Visa Lawyer in New Jersey do for you?

When a visa of this type becomes a necessity, hiring an immigration lawyer is decisive to succeed in the immigration procedures that must be faced.

Odunlami Law is an expert U Visa Lawyer in New Jersey. Our team of attorneys will attend your case, we will show you your options, and together we will guide you to overcome this difficult path.

Schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney and get your case started today.
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