The list can be far too laborious to be explained on a free general forum such as this one. Schedule a private consultation work an experienced immigration lawyer to be explained it in full.
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Evidences that has helped clients of mine are abuse prevention order taken against the abuser, police reports, medical records from doctors documenting report of abuse, records from therapists, pictures of any record of abuse against you, if any is physical, medical records and pictures does help to tell your story. Goodluck!