Visas for Victims of Crimes and Spousal Abuse

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US Immigration Laws offer many protections to victims of crimes committed inside of the United States and physical, mental, or emotional abuse at the hands of a US citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse. These victims can obtain a visa, work permit, and even a Green Card under these protections. The aggressor is not involved nor aware of the application process and his cooperation or physical presence is not necessary at all.

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