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We are offering complimentary consultations with our experienced attorneys via phone, Skype, FaceTime and Zoom to anyone – individuals, businesses and organizations – with a situation and/or questions related to immigration and nationality law. We can advise or offer second opinions on family-based and employment based immigration options, employer compliance, maintenance of non-immigrant status and employment authorization, political asylum, removal defense, remedies through federal court litigation or other U.S. immigration matters. Please contact us 24/7 at (312) 444-1940 or email@example.com.
U Visas, or Green Cards, are visas set aside for nonimmigrant victims of certain crimes who have suffered or are suffering from mental or physical abuse. Victims of crime can qualify for a specific Green Card but must have U nonimmigrant status.
If approved, the U visa provides victims with several benefits including:
Family members of nonimmigrants who qualify for U visas may be eligible for visas – U-2 visas for spouses, U-3 for children, and U-4 for parents.
The first step to gaining a Green Card is to fill out the Form I-485 application.
To qualify for a Green Card on U nonimmigrant status, certain requirements must be met:
Those who have participated in events such as genocide, Nazi persecution, or any act of killing or torture will not be accepted as an admissible candidate. If you commit an act that would be considered inadmissible, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will immediately consider this.
At Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C., we provide individuals, families, and employers the legal representation they need to navigate the process of obtaining nonimmigrant visas.
Our attorneys have over seven decades of combined experience in US immigration law. We’ve helped guide numerous clients through the complicated process of gaining U nonimmigrant visas and Green Cards in the U.S. Contact a member of our team today at 312.444.1940.