U Visas: The Silver Lining for Crime Survivors - Recording (.MP3)
The U visa is a valuable tool that should be included in every immigration attorney’s toolbox, and attorneys should always explore the potential for U visa relief if no
- Filing Tips, Filing I-192 Waivers, and Responding to RFEs
- Working with Certifying Agencies to Obtain U Visa Certification
- New Crimes and Certifying Agencies, Including the U.S. Department of Labor
- Exhaustion of U Visas and Delays in Adjudication
- U Visa Application During Removal Proceedings and Applicants in ICE Detention
- Other Hot Topics: Substantial Harm, Derivatives, U Adjustment and Continuous Physical Presence, and Expedite Requests
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