- Persecution (torture) because of your race, nationality, religion, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group
- Must file application within 1 year of your last entry into US
- Can include your family members in the US or in your home country
- For survivors of human trafficking
- The smuggler promised things to you but didn’t deliver
- You worked for someone but didn’t get paid much, if anything
- You were forced to work or have sex to earn your release
- For survivors of domestic abuse
- The abuser is your spouse or child and is a US citizen or lawful permanent resident
- Protect yourself and your child
- Not required to report abuse to the police
Understand the Options
During such a stressful time it was reassuring to have someone we could trust working in our corner.
Tens of thousands of people are violated every year.
Humanitarian immigration helps people who have been persecuted, imprisoned, abused, or endured horrible work or living conditions just to survive. The offender may be a gang or cartel your home government can’t or won’t control. It may be the coyote who took you through the dessert, forced you to work without pay or forced you to have sex to earn your freedom. It could be your spouse or employer who threatened to have you deported if you didn’t do what they wanted. It could be your employer whose paychecks to you bounced. You are not alone!
No matter the situation you face, we are ready and able to help you. Our attorneys were former prosecuting attorneys who know how to help and protect victims from their offenders. We are experts and have an incredibly successful record working for survivors, just like you.