I was married to a U.S. citizen, but he abused me. We are not together anymore. Can I still get papers?
New York VAWA Petition Lawyer Advice: The law says that if you are married to a U.S. citizen and are a victim of domestic violence or spouse abuse, you may apply for your green card by yourself, without your spouse. It is called a VAWA (The Violence Against Women Act) Petition. It's a complicated petition and it is not easy to get approved by the USCIS. However, we handled many such cases and are very experienced in helping our clients get a green card if there was abuse in the marital relationship.
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