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How The Violence Against Women Act Helps Immigrants File For A Green Card Without The Abuser Spouse
Episode 32nd October 2020 • Road To Immigration Success • Carlos Batara
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I was sent to a woman’s shelter after my husband beat me. I do not have legal immigration documents.

A counselor told me I might still get a green card, even if my husband never filed papers for me. She said there is a special program for wives who are abused by their husbands. Is this really true?

Written Summary:

I Had An Abusive Spouse Who Did Not File Papers. Can I Get A Green Card?

Recommended Links For More Information:

How An Immigrant Child Won Permanent Residence Based On Domestic Violence Suffered By Undocumented Parent

Do You Qualify For A Green Card Under The Violence Against Women Act?





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