This chart has been developed as a tool to help advocates, attorneys, judges, law enforcement and other professionals to promote a basic understanding of how various forms of immigration relief available to help immigrant crime victims and children differ. The chart compares eligibility requirements, access to employment authorization and lawful permanent residency, and the application process.
Published September 12, 2015 by * NIWAP
Topics: Any Credible Evidence, Battered Spouse Waiver, Board of Immigration Appeals and Immigration Judges, DACA, Dynamics, Culture, & Safety, Immigrant Children: SIJS and DACA, Immigration, Interviewing & Safety Planning, Judges, Law Enforcement, Screening, Checklists, and Comparison of Immigration Relief, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS), T Visa & Human Trafficking, U Visa and Immigrant Crime Victims, VAWA Self-Petition, Work Authorization
Tags: Immigrants, U Visa, VAWA Self-Petition
Part of: Training Manual for Courts, Training Manual for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors