VISAS FOR TRAFFICKING AND CRIME VICTIMS (S, U, T)

This type of visas are given to those victims of crime and witnesses who can support law enforcement agencies in investigation process and locating the criminals. In some circumstances such visas are also granted to family members of these victims. 

T visas are granted to those who are or have been subject to "severe trafficking" (the use of force, fraud, or coercion for sex trafficking, and/ or involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery). 

For U visas qualifying criminal activity is abduction, blackmail, domestic violence, extortion, false imprisonment, felonious assault, female genital mutilation, forced labor, fraud in foreign labor contracting, hostage, incest, involuntary servitude, kidnapping, manslaughter, murder, obstruction of justice, peonage, perjury, prostitution, rape, sexual assault, sexual contact (offensive), sexual exploitation, slave trade, stalking, torture, trafficking, unlawful criminal restraint, witness tampering, or attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit any of these crimes. 

If you are or have been a victim of the qualifying crime and seek for a legal status in the United States, please, contact us either via online form or by calling to our phone number for initial consultation.