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A Visa Program That Protected Domestic Violence Victims Is Now Putting Them at Risk of Deportation


USCIS’s new NTA policy and new restrictions on when immigration judges can issue continuances have made applying for a U visa a much riskier endeavor for undocumented crime victims, leading immigration attorneys to discourage them from applying in certain circumstances. Around 75% of those granted U visas are sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking victims

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