The U Visa: A Tool to Support Victims, Communities, and Increase Participation in the Criminal Justice System (NCVC Training)

The National Center for Victims of Crime

October 8, 2021   

Atlanta, Georgia

If you are a law enforcement officer, prosecutor, or a victim advocate or other staff working for a law enforcement or prosecution agency and are working with immigrant victims and you would like to receive case specific technical assistance on immigration protections for immigrant survivors of domestic and sexual violence victims and their children, please call NIWAP for technical assistance.  (202) 274-4457 or email us at info@niwap.org

NIWAP offers roundtables exclusively for officials and staff working for law enforcement and prosecution agencies to sign up click here.

NIWAP’s roundtables are led by law enforcement and prosecutor faculty, offer an opportunity for peer to peer learning, can be joined on-line of by conference call, and provide ongoing training and technical assistance to officers and staff at law enforcement and prosecution agencies.  When you sign up you choose the list exclusively open to staff working at law enforcement and prosecution agencies.  You can also elect to sign up for NIWAP’s general outreach list to receive notices of trainings, webinars, new materials, resources and policies. More tools for law enforcement and prosecution agencies are available in NIWAP’s web library.

PowerPoint Presentation

Forms of Immigration Relief

U and T Visas

Prosecutor’s Tools Enhancing Work With Immigrant Crime Victims

Forms

Recorded Webinars

Materials for Crime Victims about Immigration Relief

U Visa as a Crime-fighting Tool

Screening Tools and Collaboration

VAWA Self-Petition

Language Access

VAWA Confidentiality

**If you have difficulty accessing this publication please contact for assistance NIWAP at (202) 274-4457 or info@niwap.org