U Nonimmigrant Visa
Available to Victims of Specified Crimes
The U Nonimmigrant Visa (U Visa) allows a witness or victim to apply for a temporary nonimmigrant visa and eventually apply for legal permanent residency. In order to be eligible for the U visa, one must have been a witness or victim of at least one of the following crimes:
- Domestic violence;
- Sexual assault;
- Female genital mutilation;
- Involuntary servitude;
- False imprisonment;
- Felonious assault;
- Witness tampering;
- Obstruction of justice; or
- The victim must have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse because of this crime,
- Be helpful in the investigation, and
- Receive a certification from the police, prosecutor or judge in the case certifying that the victim was helpful in the investigation.
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