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The Immigration Lawyers at Berd & Klauss, PLLC Explain Self-Sponsorship For Green Cards Under The Violence Against Women Act September 29, 2014

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The Immigration Lawyers at Berd & Klauss, PLLC Explain Self-Sponsorship For Green Cards Under The Violence Against Women Act, Manhattan, New York

Immigrants face a gauntlet of trials in their day-to-day life. Wading through the vast pool of immigration services is a daunting and overwhelming task, which is why Berd & Klauss, PLLC offers comprehensive immigration legal services.

One area of specialty the immigration attorneys at Berd & Klauss handle is helping women navigate what is known as the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). This law allows a battered spouse, child, or parent to independently file an immigrant visa petition.

Each client will sit down with an immigration attorney to discuss the circumstances of her situation and determine whether she should move forward with the legal services necessary for green card self-sponsorship. There are certain eligibility requirements, which you can view in full detail by visiting the USCIS online. 

The immigration attorneys at Berd & Klauss, PLLC know how challenging life is for women in abusive relationships. An abusive partner will make things difficult by using immigration status as a means for manipulation. The immigration lawyers at Berd & Klauss will help protect those in need and help them to achieve independent legal residence in the United States.

Immigration law is difficult to navigate, and with the stress of abuse, it becomes near impossible. That's why the immigration attorneys at Berd & Klauss, PLLC are dedicated to being the immigration law firm that provides top notch legal services to those in need. Visit the law firm online to stay updated with information on immigration law.

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