New Updates To The U Visa & Your Work Permits

By Published On: July 1, 2021Categories: Vlog, Adjustment Of Status, Immigration

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Today’s Show

Today we are launching a new radio station to continue informing the community of new changes and updates in the world of immigration, bankruptcy and employment visas. This time, regarding the U Visa.

Today also the legal guardians would like to share with you the latest news that has come out about the U Visa and about work permits related to these applications.

The U Visa is reserved for victims of certain crimes, who have suffered physical or mental abuse and assist law enforcement agencies and government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity.

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Frecuently Asked Questions About U Visa

The U Visa is the program that assists undocumented immigrants who have been victims of serious crimes and have cooperated with police or prosecutors in the United States.

There is a list of crimes for which you may qualify, usually violent crimes that may include domestic violence, assault, robbery, robbery, sexual assault, rape, kidnapping. Ask for a certification of the report you made with the police and send your form to immigration.

It is possible to include your spouse in the U Visa as long as he was not the abuser, as well as your children or family. An abused child may include his or her parents or siblings. It is also possible to forgive illegal entries or exits to the country.

About the Author: Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch

I am the managing partner of Lincoln-Goldfinch Law. Upon graduating from the University of Texas for college and law school, I received an Equal Justice Works Fellowship in 2008, completed at American Gateways. My project served the detained families seeking asylum. After my fellowship, I entered private immigration practice. My firm offers family-based immigration, such as greencards and naturalization, deportation defense, and humanitarian cases such as asylum, U Visa, and VAWA. Everyone at Lincoln-Goldfinch Law is bilingual, has a connection to our cause, and has demonstrated a history of activism for immigrants. To us, our work is not just a job. After the pandemic we began offering bankruptcy services in addition to immigration I realized how much lack of information there is in financial literacy resources in Spanish.

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