Immigration Solutions: Violence Against Women Act
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- Navigate immigration forms and processes with the filing of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) self-petition.
This course is intended to provide an overview of the Violence Against Women Act, also known as VAWA. During this course, you will gain the knowledge and skill to file a self-petition under VAWA if you are an abused spouse, parent or child.
This is a relatively simple process. Bear in mind not all cases are the same. If you have a situation where you were abused in the US by a spouse, or child and there is nothing atypical about your situation, then you can use this course to apply for a visa under VAWA by yourself. This may save you thousands of dollars in fees to an immigration attorney.
By the end of this course, you will have an understanding of VAWA and whether you qualify to self-petition for a visa under VAWA. This course will walk you through the completion of USCIS Form I-360 and provided information on the documents needed to substantiate a VAWA self-petition. You will also have an understanding of when to completed an adjustment of status to become an permanent residence, and the conditions under which removal can be cancelled under VAWA.
This course is broken down into five sections with nine short videos. Each video contains information and guidance on navigating the process of filing a self-petition under VAWA.
What you’ll learn
· Understand the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
· Determine whether you qualify to file a VAWA self-petition.
· Identify evidence to support the self-petition under VAWA.
· Understand when to file an adjustment of status for permanent residence under VAWA.
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
· Take this course is you are an abused spouse, parent or child of a U.S. Citizen or lawful permanent resident.
Who this course is for:
· If you are an abused spouse, parent or child of a U.S. Citizen or lawful permanent resident, this course is for you!
· If you once lived in the U.S. about have relocated outside the U.S. because of abuse by your U.S. Citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse, this course is for you!
· Are you an abused spouse in removal? Find out how you can become eligible for cancellation or removal under VAWA, as well as the process for filing for permanent residence.
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After reviewing this presentation, you will understand what VAWA is and the eligibility requirements.