Crime Victim Visa

Abduction Hostage Sexual Assault
Abusive Sexual Contact Incest Sexual Exploitation
Blackmail Involuntary Servitude Slave Trade
Domestic Violence Kidnapping Stalking
Extortion Manslaughter Torture
False Imprisonment Obstruction of Justice Trafficking
Female Genital Mutilation Peonage Witness Tampering
Felonious Assault Perjury Unlawful Criminal Restraint
Fraud in Foreign Labor Contracting Rape *This also includes any similar activity where the elements
of the crime are substantially similar.,
**This also includes attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit
any of the above and other related crimes.

In order to be eligible for a U-Visa, you must have been a victim of one of these crimes in the United States. You must also have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of the crime of which you were a victim. If you witnessed the crime and were somehow impacted by it, you may be eligible as well. You must be willing to cooperate with law enforcement to bring the perpetrator to justice.

You can also apply for a U-Visa from outside the United States, but be sure to consult with an experienced immigration attorney to make sure you are eligible and to assist you in preparing your application. The U-Visa can also be the pathway to a green card.