Welcome to a well-informed way to prepare your U Visa papers for filing with USCIS
LegalAtoms breaks down the U visa case documents preparation into a simple guided experience through a series of questions. At every step, you'll see precise info from lawyers. Once you've completed the process, you can e-file your documents with the US Government (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) all while saving thousands in fees.
US Government gives U visas to victims of criminal abuse who assist the US authorities in bringing those criminals to justice. Read below for more details.
The U visa is a type of US visa for victims of abuse who can help the US government in arresting criminals.
Who can apply
You're a victim of abuse and have helpful information about a crime (kidnapping, prostitution, rape, domestic violence, etc.). And, you have info for law enforcement.
The duration varies widely, but for many people it has take about 5 years.
Free. There are neither USCIS filing fees nor any LegalAtoms fees.
How it works
1. View Process, Legal Info Free
You can immediately start by clicking the button above. You can view your eligibility for U Visa, and the filing process from now until the completion.
2. Create USCIS Forms Free
Answers questionnaires in plan language which then generates the official court forms. You will see help text and videos next to the questions provided by court officials, and lawyers
3. Consult Lawyers, Professionals Free & Optional
You can immediately start by clicking the button above. You can view your eligibility for U Visa, and the filing process from now to the case completion.
4. Print and File Free
You can print and file (WORD, PDF). LegalAtoms will provide you complete mailing instructions.
Questions and Answers
The documents below must demonstrate that you suffered direct harm as a result of the crime committed against you. Trial transcriptsCourt documentsPolice reportsNews articlesWritten sworn statements; andOrders of protection
The documents below must demonstrate that you have knowledge of details concerning the criminal activity and that would assist in the investigation or legal action of that criminal activity. Trial transcripts Court documents Police reports News articles Copies of reimbursement forms for travel to and from court; and Written sworn statements of other witnesses or…
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