Immigration, Crime Victims and Law Enforcement – Advancing
Date: Feb 23, 2023 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
The U-Visa provides a victim of a crime with temporary immigration status, including work authorization, as well as temporary immigration status for qualifying family members of the victim and the possibility of lawful permanent resident status. Purchase this informative program and listen to a distinguished set of panelists with vast experience in the area to learn more about this visa and how you can provide immigration relief for victims of certain crimes.
Our moderator, Ms. Anselowitz, has worked extensively on application under the Violence Against Women Act and has successfully resolved many complex applications, as well as several different nonimmigrant visa petitions. Her notable achievements include winning an oral argument before the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals to vacate a deportation order for a client of the firm.
- Cultural Sensitivity and the U-Visa - Marisol Conde-Hernandez, Esq.
- Overview of Filing a U-Visa - Anjelica Mantikas, Esq.
- Perspective from the Prosecutor - Raymond Santiago, Esq.
- Advanced U-Visa Issues - Maggie Dunsmuir, Esq.