If you have been a victim of certain crimes such as domestic violence, felonious assault (which may include robbery), child abuse, sexual abuse, just to name a few, and you have spoken to the police or prosecutor about this crime, you may be eligible for a U visa. With a U visa you can:
- Live and work lawfully in the United States
- Get a social security number and driver’s license
- Bring family members to the United States from abroad
- Apply for a green card after three years
Attorney Karen Atzert has secured U visas for numerous individuals, including those with criminal records themselves. Recognized for her expertise in the area, Karen has trained law enforcement officers, legal advocates and community organizations on the U visa process. Other immigration attorneys routinely seek Karen’s assistance in handling complex u visa matters. Call Karen today to see if you qualify for a U visa.