Colorado U-Visa Lawyer

Visas for Crime Victims in Colorado

A U-visa is a form of relief for a victim of a crime in the United States, including certain enumerated offenses including, but not limited to, aggravated theft, assault and domestic assault. If you are an illegal immigrant in Colorado and have been a victim, talk to an attorney on the U.S. immigration law team at Bull & Davies, P.C., in Denver.

Does It Have to Be a Recent Crime Against You?

Seeking a U-visa to remain in the United States legally requires that you were the victim of a crime while present in the U.S. The petition will be considered even if many years have passed since you suffered the injury or harm. However, you will be required to secure a signed affidavit from the law enforcement agency or judge, attesting to the crime and that you were a victim and assisted in prosecution of the offender. If approved, the U-visa will waive any deportation consequences you might face for illegal entry or a criminal record in the U.S. After three years living legally on the U-visa, you become eligible for permanent residency status through an appropriate green card application process.

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Experienced Denver Immigration Visa Attorneys and Criminal Law Lawyers

Bull & Davies, P.C., provides aggressive, effective legal advocacy to secure all signatures, affidavits and court records required for a successful U-visa application. With our extensive experience and knowledge in the area of U.S. immigration law and criminal defense, we are able to find unique and creative resolutions and strategies to help our clients obtain the proper evidence to secure a valid U-visa.

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From our offices in Denver, our lawyers represent clients in U.S. immigration matters in communities throughout Colorado. Contact us to arrange a low-cost initial consultation with one of our experienced Colorado U-visa attorneys today — because your immigration matter means the world to you right now.

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