For immigrants that have temporary status or are illegally in the country, fear of deportation is likely a significant concern. There are many different types of visas for foreign citizens and the path to remaining in the United States will be different for everyone. For immigrants that have been the victim of a crime, they may be eligible for the U-Visa. Also, the qualifications are strict for U-Visas, not every victim of a crime can qualify but if you do obtain a U-Visa, you will be allowed to live and work in the United States and you may be eligible for some benefits depending on which state in which you live. If you are unfamiliar with the U-Visa or are wondering if you qualify for it, below are 3 things you need to know about the U-Visa.
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