Key Differences Between a U-visa & a T-Visa

The U visa and T visa are both forms of humanitarian relief under U.S. immigration law and are both available for people who have been victims of cr ...

Basics of the T-Visa

The T-visa is for immigrants who have been victims of severe human trafficking. Trafficking includes both sex and labor trafficking. Only 5,000 T-visa ...

U-Visa Adjustment of Status

The U-visa is a visa for people who have been victims of certain crimes, suffered substantial physical or emotional harm from the incident(s), and who ...

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 evalu ...

Including Family Members in Your U-Visa Application

The U-visa is a powerful tool in immigration law. It is a visa for people who have been victims of crimes, who have suffered substantial physical or m ...

The U-Visa and Traveling Abroad

If you have applied for a U-visa, there may come a time when you wish to travel abroad. If you filed your U-visa application while in the United Sta ...