VAWA does not lead to harm of perpetrators


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Since 2005, the law has allowed parents of abusive U.S. citizens to claim VAWA protections once their son or daughter turns 21 years of age. In this video, immigration attorneys Jennifer Walker Gates and Diego Nunez discuss the law as it pertains to VAWA for parents, including how to prove the required parental relationship and the abuse, what kind of behavior qualifies as abuse for purposes of VAWA, and how to contact WGV if you need assistance analyzing your case and understanding whether you might qualify for VAWA.

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Vawa For Men


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Even though the law has the word “women” in the title, abused men or people of any gender can file a VAWA self-petition as long as they can show they qualify.

In this video attorneys, Jennifer Walker Gates and Diego Nuñez go over the VAWA for men policy and how it has helped multiple immigrant victims of abuse gain legal status in the country.

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What Is A Permanent Bar?


Individuals who enter the USA without permission after accruing one year or more of unlawful presence in the USA, OR who enter unlawfully after deportation, are subject to the so-called “permanent bar.”

The permanent bar prevents an immigrant from legalizing their status through a family member until they spend at least 10 years outside the United States. It is one of the most unjust and unforgiving provisions of U.S. immigration law.

In this video immigration attorneys, Jennifer Walker Gates and Diego Nuñez help us understand a little bit about this law and its processes.

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