Global Allianz Immigration consultants will prepare and file all the required forms and documents for U-visa.
This visa is for the victims of certain crimes listed in the law if:-
- They have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of being a crime victim.
- They have information about the crime.
- They are, have been, or will be helpful to legal authorities investigating or prosecuting the crime.
Approved U-Visa applicants will receive 3 years of temporary legal status and work authorization. At the end of this period, most people with U-visa status will be able to apply for lawful permanent resident status.
U-2 Visa is Suitable for Spouse of victims of crime such as rape, domestic abuse or torture.
U-Visa Application Process
Visa Application and Forms
The forms listed below are required in order to apply for the U-visa:
Form I-918 (Petition for U Non-immigration Status);
Form I-918 Supplement B (Non-immigrant Status Certification);
Any additional information you want the USCIS to consider as evidence to establish that you are a victim of one of the qualifying crimes;
A statement of the facts describing the victimization in support of Form I-918;
- Form I-918 Supplement A (Petition for qualifying family members of U-1 recipient for each qualifying family member). Your family members are eligible to apply for a derivative U-visa in the following categories:- U-2 (Spouses of U-1 visa holder); U-3 Visa (Children of U-1 visa holder); U-4 Visa (Parents of U-1 visa holder).
- If you are the principal applicant, you do not need to submit Form I-765 to receive an employment authorization document (you get it automatically). However, your family members will need to submit the form.