Abused spouse, parent or child

Service fee: $1800

Please note that according to the USCIS, domestic violence is a pattern of behavior where one intimate partner or spouse threatens or abuses the other partner. Abuse may include physical harm, forced sexual relations, emotional manipulation (including isolation or intimidation), and economic and/or immigration-related threats. While most recorded incidents of domestic violence involve men abusing women or children, men can also be victims of domestic violence.

Domestic violence may include sexual assault, child abuse and other violent crimes. Sexual assault is any type of sexual activity that you do not agree to, even with your spouse, and can be committed by anyone. Child abuse includes: physical abuse (any injury that does not happen by accident, including excessive punishment), physical neglect (failure to provide food, shelter, medical care or supervision), sexual abuse, and emotional abuse (threats, withholding love, support or guidance).

You may file an abused spouse, parent, or child case if you are the victim of battery or extreme cruelty committed by:   
➤ U.S. citizen spouse or former spouse,   
➤ U.S. citizen parent,
➤ U.S. citizen son or daughter,   
➤ Lawful Permanent Resident spouse or former spouse, or   
➤ Lawful Permanent Residents parent.

To begin the process, please email us the documents listed below and we'll contact you to confirm receipt of your email. Please note that any documents that are not in English will need to be translated. We will process your application as soon as we receive it and within a few days you will have your case fully prepared.

Documents required from abused Immigrant
- Passport
- State issued driver license / Non-driver ID
- Conditional permanent green card - if any
- Current marriage certificate (if married)
- Birth certificate 
- All previous divorce documents issued by the Court - if any
- All of your children's birth certificate - if their cases will be filed together with yours
- All of your children's passports - (we charge extra $100 per child)
- Fill out the "Immigrant" form and email the completed PDF form to us. The PDF form is editable and you can type on it. Save the PDF file to your computer first, then open the form and fill it out, then email (info@usafirstimmigration.com) the completed PDF file along with the documents listed above for your convenience.

Note: if you happen to not have a PDF file management program (usually every computer has one), you can download the PDF file management program Adobe Acrobat Reader DC here for free: https://get.adobe.com/reader/.

Please contact us if you need help with your immigration case and we will be happy to provide you with all the information you need to file your case. We strive to ensure that our office's case processing is thorough, consistent, and detail oriented. Regardless of where our clients live, our reliable and affordable service is available from anywhere and we are always available and happy to help.

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