Victimized By Crime?

Perhaps you have heard of a U-Visa. The U-Visa was created to allow you — as a victim of a crime — to come forth without having to worry about your immigration status. That safety shield applies to you and your children even if you are illegally present in the United States.

How Our Firm Can Help

Our experienced legal team will help you understand how the federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) can help you in your circumstances. Clients who come to see us have often themselves been victimized by human trafficking.

We will work with you to help you when you cooperate with law enforcement. Our help will include preparing the documentation you need to get your U-Visa.

Working with us will help put your mind at ease during this time. You will know you are relying on a law firm with more than 25 years of experience in immigration matters.

You will also rest easier knowing you are working with a lawyer, Damisela Chavira Brown, who believes in your cause. Since she was 17, she has helped people with immigration issues because she believes in the benefits of American citizenship. A native of El Paso, Texas, she understands the obstacles facing you in this journey. She can provide you with the understanding and compassion you need in order to make it through this process.

Learn If The U-Visa Applies To You

We encourage you to reach out to us to learn more about the U-Visa and how it may be able to help you and your family. Call us to schedule a free initial appointment: 800-607-2372. If you prefer, you can also contact us online.