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Do I Qualify for VAWA?
Do I Qualify for VAWA?

The Violence Against Women Act was passed by Congress to protect victims of domestic violence. Within the realm of immigration law, it allows a victim of domestic violence at the hands of a permanent resident or U.S. citizen to self-petition for a green card. This allows ...

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Blog posts in VAWA

  • VAWA – How to Build A Strong Case

    The federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), passed in 1994, is intended to protect victims of abuse who are not citizens. Despite the name of the ...

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  • Immigrant Victims of Abuse and Protection Under VAWA

    What Is The Violence Against Women Act? The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was established in 1994 to protect victims of domestic violence, sexual ...

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  • Naturalization Based on an Approved VAWA Application

    What is a VAWA application? The Violence Against Woman Act (“VAWA”) was passed by the U.S. Congress in 1994 to protect victims of abuse who are not ...

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