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U-Visa Assistance

U Visa

The U visa is a nonimmigrant visa that provides temporary legal status to victims of certain crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are willing to assist law enforcement agencies in the investigation or prosecution of those crimes. This visa allows eligible individuals to remain in the United States and work lawfully for up to four years, with the possibility of obtaining lawful permanent residency (a green card) after three years.

At KPB Immigration Law Firm, we offer a range of services to assist clients with their U visa applications, including:

  • Case Evaluation: Our attorneys will assess your eligibility for a U visa and evaluate the strength of your case based on the qualifying criteria outlined by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
  • Application Preparation: We will assist you in completing and filing the Form I-918, Petition for U Nonimmigrant Status, and any accompanying documentation required to support your U visa application.
  • Supporting Documentation: Our team will work with you to gather the necessary evidence to demonstrate that you meet the eligibility requirements for a U visa, including police reports, medical records, and affidavits from law enforcement agencies.
  • Victim Advocacy: We understand the sensitive nature of U visa cases and the trauma that victims of crime may have experienced. Our attorneys will provide compassionate support and advocacy throughout the application process, ensuring that your rights and interests are protected.
  • Follow-Up and Communication: We will maintain open communication with USCIS and other relevant agencies on your behalf, providing updates on the status of your U visa application and addressing any requests for additional information or documentation.

Contact Us Today:

If you are a victim of crime and believe you may be eligible for a U visa, don't hesitate to reach out to KPB Immigration Law Firm for assistance. Our knowledgeable attorneys are here to guide you through the U visa process and help you secure the protection and relief you need. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step toward obtaining the assistance and support you deserve.