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U Visas

U Visa Attorneys in Dallas

Nonimmigrant Visa Lawyers Looking Out for Your Interests

Victims of criminal activity could be allowed to stay in the United States with a U Visa. If you are a foreign national who was a victim of criminal activity in the U.S. and would like more information about obtaining a U Visa, contact The Law Office of Scott Mackenzie.

Our Dallas U Visa lawyers understand that situations resulting in U Visa applications can be delicate and very personal matters. Our goal is to ensure that the immigration process is as manageable and stress-free as possible for our clients.

Find out if you qualify for a U Visa by calling our compassionate immigration attorneys at (469) 619-2298.

The Purpose of U Visas

The U Visa is a nonimmigrant visa issued to a maximum of 10,000 principal petitioners each year. This visa offers protection and temporary relief benefits to eligible individuals who became a victim of a violent crime while visiting the United States.

The legislation is intended to:

  • Enhance the ability of law enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute a variety of crimes
  • Protect victims of crimes who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse from the crime and are willing to assist law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of the crime

U Visa Eligibility

You may be eligible for a U Visa if:

  • You are the victim of a qualifying crime
  • You have suffered substantial physical or emotional harm that resulted from a crime
  • You have information about the crime
  • You have been, are, or will likely be helpful to law enforcement during the investigation or prosecution of the crime
  • You were a victim of a crime that occurred in the U.S. or violated U.S. laws
  • You are admissible to the United States or file a Form I-192 to request a waiver of inadmissibility

For professional immigration services, reach out to our Dallas U Visa attorneys at The Law Office of Scott Mackenzie. Dial (469) 619-2298 today.

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