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VAWA Waivers

The Violence against Women Act provides a way for people who have been abused by their lawfully resident spouse, parent, or child, to apply for a green card on behalf of themselves. Who Can Self-Petition Under VAWA? Spouses of United States citizens or lawful permanent ...

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Blog posts in VAWA

  • Should I apply for a U-Visa or VAWA?

    The U-visa and VAWA have many similarities. Which one is appropriate for your situation involves complex legal analysis, and your case should be ...

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  • VAWA Basics

    In family-based immigration cases, the green card process typically begins with a family member petitioning for another family member. Under the ...

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  • Immigration Law- How to Apply for a VAWA Self-Petition

    Typically, a green card holder cannot seek to become a naturalized U.S. citizen for five years. However, those who were approved for U.S. residency ...

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  • What is VAWA?

    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) allows people to “self petition” (in other words, to petition for their own Green Cards, if they are an abused ...

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  • What Are the Different Ways That I Might Be Eligible for Relief Under VAWA?

    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) amended the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) in order to protect battered immigrant spouses, children, and ...

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  • How Does the Violence Against Women Act Affect My Removal Case?

    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a federal law that provides various protections for women who have experienced violence, including immigrant ...

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