The U-1 Victim of Crime Visa is a visa issued for those people who are victims of specified crimes and have assisted in the proper manner the law enforcement and have suffered because of the crime. There is no limit on how old the crime is in order to qualify. In addition to the actual visa petition itself, there are several parts to the U-1 which must be prepared and submitted such as the psychological report showing hardship and the certification from the law enforcement agency.
Many grounds of inadmissibility can be waived under a U-1 which cannot be waived under more traditional petitions. Come learn with us and find out how to do the U-1 Visa. This law offices handles all types of immigration cases including family based and employment based. Immigration issues range from immigration court proceedings to trying to fix what paralegals may have done that was neither correct nor proper. Foreign nationals must have experience lawyers admitted to practice law.
The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC, handles cases arising from business visas, work permits, Green Cards, non-immigrant visas, deportation, citizenship, appeals and all areas of immigration. The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC does EB-5 investor visas, H-1B Specialty Occupation, L-1 Intracompany Transferee, E-2 Treaty Investor, E-1 Treaty Trader, O-1 Extraordinary Ability among others. Regarding immigrant visas for the Green Card, the firm does PERM and advanced degree PERM, Family Petitions, and Extraordinary Alien Petitions. In addition to affirmative petitions, the Law Firm represents people in people in deportation and removal hearings, including political asylum, withholding of removal, and convention against torture cases.
The U-1 is a visa for persons who have been victims of certain crimes. It would allow them to get status legally in the U.S. and then ultimately to apply for the Green Card. It can Waive many crimes and deportation and benefit many derivatives.
There are many different items necessary to properly submit a visas dealing with crimes. Come watch the training so you can have a much better chance of getting the visas dealing with crimes approved.