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New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Information for Fee Waiver

Ask for a Fee Waiver if you can't afford filing fees

Immigration Benefits for Battered or Abused Victims

As a battered spouse, child or parent, you may file an immigrant visa petition under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

Violence Against Women Act

Immigrant victims are protected by federal law.

Permanent Residence for Victims of Crimes

This page includes information about obtaining lawful status if you are the victim of certain crimes (including domestic abuse) and can obtain a certification that you are, have been or will be helpful in the investigation or prosecution of the crime.

Can a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Help Me?

The court can help protect people who have been abused or threatened with abuse by someone you dated, lived with, or are related to.

Domestic Violence Information from the Courts

This resource will help you understand how the California Court defines domestic violence, restraining orders, where to get help and find other resources.

Remove Conditions on Permanent Residence Based on Marriage

You are given conditional resident status on the day you are lawfully admitted to the United States on an immigrant visa or adjustment of your status to permanent residence.

Seeking Protection from Domestic Violence

The court can help to prevent acts of violence with restraining orders, forms, resources and FAQ.

Appeals and Motions: Questions and Answers

You may file an appeal on some unfavorable decisions to the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) or the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

Can a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Help Me?

The court can help protect people who have been abused or threatened with abuse by someone you dated, lived with, or are related to.

New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Find Legal Assistance with Your Immigration Case Near You

This interactive map and search engine that will help you find legal assistance near you.

An Immigration Filing Fee Waiver

Recognizing that some applicants cannot pay the filing fees, USCIS established a fee waiver process for certain forms and benefit types.

National Domestic Violence Hotline and Chat

Call (800) 799 - 7233 for Trained advocates are available to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. TTY: (800) 787 - 3224 and Videophone (855) 812 - 11

New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Immigration Benefits for Battered or Abused Victims

As a battered spouse, child or parent, you may file an immigrant visa petition under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

Violence Against Women Act

Immigrant victims are protected by federal law.

Permanent Residence for Victims of Crimes

This page includes information about obtaining lawful status if you are the victim of certain crimes (including domestic abuse) and can obtain a certification that you are, have been or will be helpful in the investigation or prosecution of the crime.

Find Legal Assistance with Your Immigration Case Near You

This interactive map and search engine that will help you find legal assistance near you.

An Immigration Filing Fee Waiver

Recognizing that some applicants cannot pay the filing fees, USCIS established a fee waiver process for certain forms and benefit types.

Appeals and Motions: Questions and Answers

You may file an appeal on some unfavorable decisions to the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) or the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

Can a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Help Me?

The court can help protect people who have been abused or threatened with abuse by someone you dated, lived with, or are related to.

Check Your Case Status Service Online

Use your application receipt number to check your case status online.

Domestic Violence Information from the Courts

This resource will help you understand how the California Court defines domestic violence, restraining orders, where to get help and find other resources.

Information for Fee Waiver

Ask for a Fee Waiver if you can't afford filing fees

National Domestic Violence Hotline and Chat

Call (800) 799 - 7233 for Trained advocates are available to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. TTY: (800) 787 - 3224 and Videophone (855) 812 - 11

New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Remove Conditions on Permanent Residence Based on Marriage

You are given conditional resident status on the day you are lawfully admitted to the United States on an immigrant visa or adjustment of your status to permanent residence.

Seeking Protection from Domestic Violence

The court can help to prevent acts of violence with restraining orders, forms, resources and FAQ.

Tips for Filing Forms with USCIS

Form fees, eligibility requirements, fee waiver eligibility, required documents, and mailing addresses vary depending on the form you are filing and why you are filing.

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