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Can I get a visa or green card if I am a victim of domestic violence?
Can I get a visa or green card if I am a victim of domestic violence?

The answer is yes. You are eligible to receive a nonimmigrant visa, as well as legal permanent residency in the United States if you are a victim of domestic violence. According to the USCIS, the U nonimmigrant status (U visa) is set aside for victims of certain crimes who ...

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Blog posts in Visas

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    A dual intent visa is a visa classification that is both for immigration and non-immigration purposes, for example, for someone who either eventually ...

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  • Can I Get Married on a Tourist Visa to a U.S. Citizen?

    Getting Married on a Tourist Visa Yes, you can get married in the U.S. while on a B-1/B-2 tourist visa or a visa waiver program . However, coming to ...

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  • How Long Is the Process to Receive a U.S. Visa?

    One of the most common questions that visa applicants ask is how long it will take them to receive a U.S. visa. However, the visa processing time ...

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  • Who Qualifies for a Family-Based Visa?

    It’s the goal of many U.S. citizens and green card holders to reunite with the loved ones in their country of origin. Thankfully, U.S. citizens and ...

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  • What Are the Rights & Responsibilities of a Green Card Holder?

    There are rights and responsibilities tied to permanent residents or green card holders. If you want to apply for a visa, it is important to ...

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  • Why Is It So Difficult to Get a U.S. Visa?

    In 2017, more than 22.4 million people applied for a U.S. visa program, and only an average of 500,000 green cards or lawful permanent residence was ...

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  • How Long After My Marriage Can I Receive a Green Card?

    If you are a non-citizen and your spouse or fiancé is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you might be wondering how long you have to wait to get a ...

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  • Can I Work in the U.S. While Waiting for My Green Card?

    Waiting for a Green Card? Working is a Possibility. If you’re waiting to receive your green card, you might be wondering if you can work while you ...

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  • K-1 Visa: Your Options If Things Go Awry

    You might be reading this because your fiancée has petitioned or will soon petition for you to join him/her in the United States through the K-1 Visa. ...

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