Victims of Crime

Dallas U Visa Attorney


Criminals often target undocumented immigrants because they believe that the immigrant will not report the crime to authorities out of fear of deportation.

The U visa is granted to those victims of violent crimes who report the violence to the police or other law enforcement agency, and who assist-law enforcement and prosecutors to arrest and convict the criminal. The U-visa provides temporary work authorization and the possibility to apply for a green card in the future. If you have been the victim of a violent crime, contact us today for guidance on how to apply for a U-visa.

Immigrant Crime Victim Lawyer


Daniel Stewart has handled dozens of U-visa applications and green cards for victims of violent crimes who assisted law enforcement in investigating and prosecuting the crime. If you have been the victim of domestic violence or another crime, contact us today at 469-828-1710.

The U-visa statute includes violent crimes such as rape, torture, domestic violence, physical assault, sexual assault, prostitution, incest, slavery, kidnapping, murder, blackmail, abduction, solicitation or exploitation, etc.

Abogado de Visa U en Dallas


La visa U se otorga a las víctimas de delitos violentos que denuncian la violencia a la policía u otra agencia del orden público, y que ayudan a los fiscales a arrestar y condenar a los criminales. Si usted ha sido victima de violencia domestica, asalto, robo a punto de arma, etc, usted podria ser eligible para la visa U y luego la residencia permanente. Con la visa U la persona puede obtener un permiso de trabajo y vivir legalemente en los Estados Unidos.

El estatuto de visa U incluye delitos violentos como: violación, tortura, violencia doméstica, agresión física, agresión sexual, prostitución, incesto, esclavitud, secuestro, asesinato, extorsión, rapto, incitación o explotación, y otros.