If I have convicted a felony and a misdemeanor for retail theft . Am I eligible to get u-visa ?if I’m eligible how long process
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You need to discuss your legal options in person with a qualified counsel.. It is truly impossiible to assure you one way or another without reviewing your merits and legal impediments accurately.
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You should consult with a specialized immigration attorney for assistance with the filing of a possible U visa claim.
Was police report filed by you after the incident? Contact a lawyer, have a sit down and, bring copy of the police report
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Information and eligibility for the U visa can be found online @uscis.gov
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