Tag Archives: battered immigrant

What is Abuse or Extreme Cruelty for Immigration?

The following below lists some common examples of behavior that can constitute abuse and lead to extreme cruelty.  Please note that this list is not inclusive of all types or forms of abuse and cruelty.

If you are subjected to behaviors and actions that cause you fear, pain, stress, or other feelings...

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Evidence to Prove VAWA Eligibility

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) application is a major lifeline for abused immigrants. The following will help you obtain your VAWA green card.  In general, the more sound and substantiated evidence you can produce, the stronger your case will be.

 

Evidence that the Marriage was Entered into in Good Faith (if applying as...

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Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Green Card

What is VAWA?

 

The Violence Against Women Act, known as VAWA, was established in order for immigrant victims of substantial physical, mental, emotional and domestic abuse who were the spouse, children or parent of a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident to get help and self-petition to receive a green card without relying...

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