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Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) provides crucial protections and pathways for immigrant victims of domestic violence, abuse, or cruelty. If you are facing such hardships and seeking relief and protection in the United States, our experienced immigration team is here to help you understand your eligibility and guide you through the VAWA immigration evaluation process.


Our VAWA Immigration Evaluation is a comprehensive assessment designed to determine if you meet the eligibility criteria for immigration relief under VAWA provisions. We understand the unique challenges and vulnerabilities faced by immigrant survivors of abuse, and our evaluation process focuses on building a strong case to seek lawful status and protection in the United States.
About the Evaluation

Initial Consultation › Evidence Collection › Hardship Assessment › Personalized Guidance
Our Evaluation Process:
  1. Initial Consultation: We start with a confidential initial consultation, during which we listen to your story, gather relevant information about your situation, and understand the abuse or cruelty you have experienced.
  2. Evidence Collection: Our compassionate immigration experts will guide you through the process of collecting necessary evidence to support your VAWA claim, such as affidavits, police reports, medical records, and other documentation of the abuse.
  3. Hardship Assessment: We assess the extreme hardships you may face if forced to return to your home country, considering factors like safety concerns, economic challenges, and separation from family.
  4. Personalized Guidance: Based on our evaluation, we provide personalized guidance on your eligibility and options under VAWA, helping you navigate the complex legal process with confidence.

If you are an immigrant survivor of domestic violence, abuse, or cruelty, we invite you to schedule a VAWA Immigration Evaluation with our caring team. Let us help you take the first step toward safety, protection, and a brighter future in the United States.