Violence Against Women Act and Survivors of Domestic Violence

Congress created the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”) to help men and women who have experienced violence or other abuse by a U.S. Citizen spouse, former spouse, parent, child, or Lawful Permanent spouse, former spouse, or parent safely apply for immigration help in order to be free from domestic violence.

There are specific visas and petitions available for survivors of domestic violence. Contact our immigration attorney for a confidential consultation about whether you qualify for immigration relief.

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