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U-Visa

The U-visa is a non-immigrant visa for victims of certain crimes in the United States. The victim must have cooperated with law enforcement and authorities in the investigation and prosecution of the crime. To victim must prove eligibility of the following:

  • Victim of qualifying criminal activity
  • You have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of having been a victim of criminal activity.
  • You have information about the criminal activity.
  • You were helpful, are helpful, or are likely to be helpful to law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of the crime.
  • The crime occurred in the United States or violated U.S. laws.
  • You are admissible to the United States.
  • 10,000 U-visas awarded every fiscal year for principal applicants

U-Visa Process

B-CERT request from law enforecement agency
Prepare documents
File to corresponding agency
Response from corresponding agency

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ILOHB cares:

  • ILOHB builds a professional and courteous team of attorney’s, legal assistants, and professionals to aid in your immigration process
  • Derivative applicants not counted towards the 10,000 U-visa cap

ILOHB cares:

  • ILOHB builds a professional and courteous team of attorney’s, legal assistants, and professionals to aid in your immigration process
  • Derivative applicants not counted towards the 10,000 U-visa cap
  • ILOHB aids beneficiaries to adjust to LPR status after 3 years of status with U-visa
  • 4 year working permission awarded to approved cases
  • ILOHB cares about families, thus we aid principal applicants to include derivative family members including spouse, parents, unmarried children under 21 years of age, and unmarried siblings under 18 years of age
  • ILOHB will request an I-192 Waiver of Inadmissibility that applies to any ground of inadmissibility except Nazi crimes, genocide, torture, or extrajudicial killings as found in section 212(a)(3)(E) of the INA. The standard for granting this waiver is “if the Secretary of Homeland Security considers it to be in the public or national interest to do so.”
  • ILOHB aids beneficiaries to adjust to LPR status after 3 years of status with U-visa
  • 4 year working permission awarded to approved cases
  • ILOHB cares about families, thus we aid principal applicants to include derivative family members including spouse, parents, unmarried children under 21 years of age, and unmarried siblings under 18 years of age
  • ILOHB will request an I-192 Waiver of Inadmissibility that applies to any ground of inadmissibility except Nazi crimes, genocide, torture, or extrajudicial killings as found in section 212(a)(3)(E) of the INA. The standard for granting this waiver is “if the Secretary of Homeland Security considers it to be in the public or national interest to do so.”

Our Professionals

Hadley-Bajramovic

Hadley Bajramovic

CEO, Attorney at Law
Tennesse Bar #025245
951-588-9838 ext. 801
10.-Jonathan-Raya

Jonathan Raya

Humanitarian/DACA & Naturalization Department Coordinator
951-588-9838 ext. 821
7.-Grace-Garcia

Grace Garcia

Legal Assistant
951-588-9838 ext. 805

Address

Our Office
Hadley Bajramovic, PC
5225 Canyon Crest Drive, Suite 450
Riverside, CA 92507