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  • U visa process impacted by recent lawsuit

    http://www.krgv.com/story/38696915/u...recent-lawsuit

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    U Visa Process Impacted by Recent Lawsuit
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    U Visa Process Impacted by Recent Lawsuit
    Reported by Valerie Gonzalez, ReporterCONNECT

    WESLACO – A recent lawsuit set a precedent that could cause a delay in the application process for U visas.

    "U visas go to immigrants who were victims of crime in their home countries".
    I think the above 👆 is not right. To qualify for U visa you must have been a victim of a crime in the USA who continues to help law enforcement in order to qualify for u visa. I could be wrong but that's my understanding.

    And also there has been a big shift in cases the past months, I don't know how it is affected.

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      Originally posted by Bubu View Post
      U Visa Process Impacted by Recent Lawsuit
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      U Visa Process Impacted by Recent Lawsuit
      Reported by Valerie Gonzalez, ReporterCONNECT

      WESLACO – A recent lawsuit set a precedent that could cause a delay in the application process for U visas.

      "U visas go to immigrants who were victims of crime in their home countries".
      I think the above �� is not right. To qualify for U visa you must have been a victim of a crime in the USA who continues to help law enforcement in order to qualify for u visa. I could be wrong but that's my understanding.

      And also there has been a big shift in cases the past months, I don't know how it is affected.
      You are not wrong. The article is not clear. Administrative closure is not DA. That is for people in removal proceedings.

      https://www.americanimmigrationcounc...ost-castro-tum

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