Victim of Domestic Violence and Unable to File an I-918
Learn what to expect if you are applying for a U-Visa as a victim of domestic violence and unable to file an I-918 in this video. Call us!
- If you are successful applying for a U-Visa, you will obtain a work permit and a green card
- In order to do so, you must obtain the I-918B certification usually from the police department first
- The U-Visa is a visa for victims, so there must be police records in order to file for an I-918B certification
- If you are unable to file an I-918B certification from police, there are a few other options that we have discovered who can sign your I-918B certification:
- prosecutors office
- a member of the court
Are you wondering what to expect if you are applying for a U-Visa as a victim of domestic violence and unable to file an I-918? Contact our experienced New Jersey Non-Immigrant Visa Attorney for legal assistance and to schedule a legal consultation and case evaluation to get started today.
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