Other Visas  


The law office of Kathia Pereira represents individuals and businesses to obtain permanent residence in the U.S. A green card can be granted to individuals based upon family relationships, employment through a U.S. employer, extraordinary ability, and various other pathways.


The U-Visa is available to immigrants who have been a victim of a serious qualifying crime and as a result suffered substantially. The victim must have cooperated with law enforcement. Examples of qualifying crime are domestic abuse, felonious assault, rape, false imprisonment, etc.

The T-Visa is available for victims of human trafficking.

VAWA, which stands for the Violence Against Women Act, allows for victims who have suffered from domestic and/or sexual violence at the hands of their U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident spouse to obtain special VAWA statues and later apply for residency.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals allows certain individuals who were brought to the U.S. as children and met certain guidelines to apply for deferred action. DACA does not grant lawful status, but it does protect a person from removal and allows them to obtain work authorization.


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