Humanitarian Relief Visas
Humanitarian visas are granted to individuals and dependent family members who are seeking US protection. Humanitarian visas are for individuals who have experienced or suffered extreme conditions, abuse, and/or persecution. Please reach out to our office for a personal and private consultation.
What is humanitarian Relief?
Humanitarian visas are granted by the US government as a way to protect foreigners who have suffered significant harm, ill-treatment, and/or who may be at significant risk abroad. Humanitarian visas include T-visa (trafficking), VAWA (abuse), and U-visas (crime victim). There are also additional humanitarian-based relief options such as Asylum, Refugee status, and/or Humanitarian parole. These additional options can grant an individual facing extreme risks or experiencing persecution to stay in the United States. Humanitarian visas and other humanitarian-based relief options can be complicated and often require an experienced attorney to present the best possible case. Shoreline Immigration attorneys and staff are very experienced in these matters and have expert level knowledge in global country conditions and cultural sensitivities.
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