Form I-360

What is the filing process for those persons filing only a Form I-360 under VAWA and how soon can I get work authorization?

* You must complete the Form I-360, Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant, including all supporting documentation.

* You must file the form.

* If you meet all filing requirements, you will receive a notice (Prima Facie Determination Notice) valid for 150 days that you can present to government agencies that provide certain public benefits to certain victims of domestic violence.

* If your Form I-360  is approved and you do not have legal immigration status in the United States, you may place you in deferred action, which allows you to remain in the United States.

* If you have an approved Form I-360 and have been placed in deferred action, you are eligible to apply to work in the United States.

There are many factors that come into play which are not mentioned above and their effect upon an individual’s case requires some legal analysis.

We look forward to hearing from you and discussing your case. There is no charge for an initial telephone consultation. The Law Office of Rose H. Robbins represents VAWA immigration clients from all over the United States since it involves the same Federal laws and regulations.

The Law Offices of Rose H. Robbins represents clients all over the United States and all over the world.

Call (954) 946-8130 to find out about the legal services we offer in the area of  VAWA law. We do not offer a free consultation with an attorney and there is a charge for a legal consultation depending on the complexity of the matter.

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* Major Florida Counties We Serve

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You may also fill out the “Contact an Immigration Lawyer” form below for instant delivery to our confidential email system.  The Law Office of Rose H. Robbins will contact you within twenty-four (24) business hours of receipt of this form to tell you about the legal services we offer in VAWA law. I understand that by submitting this form that the Law Office of Rose H. Robbins does not represent me and are are not my attorney and there is no attorney-client relationship by submitting my question or requesting that the Law Office of Rose H. Robbins contact me. I understand that the ONLY way that the Law Office of Rose H. Robbins will represent me is by entering into a written fee agreement/retainer agreement and that this form is not a fee agreement/retainer agreement.

We look forward to hearing from you!

What do I put my in declaration about suffering spousal abuse or battery in a VAWA filing with USCIS?

This declaration document,  stating your entire story as it relates to the VAWA application, is extremely important and is often overlooked by filers.

The main point of the declaration is to provide an opportunity for you to tell your own story and explain why you need  to self-petition. The declaration should come from the your own words and reflect your own thoughts, experiences, and emotions. The declaration should sound like a story in a magazine.

The declaration also plays an important role in showing that you meet the legal requirements for the self-petition process and therefore must address various issues.

We suggest that you discuss the following topics:

1.) the marriage; the joint residency; the immigration status of the husband;

2) the nature of the abuse;  and

3) your good moral character.

Attorney at Law, Rose H Robbins, is knowledgeable about the precise legal tests which must be met by the self-petitioner in order to  qualify for the benefits of VAWA.  The Law Offices of Rose H. Robbins represents clients all over the United States and all over the world.  We are experienced in processing these applications using electronic communications in an efficient, cost effective way.

Call (954) 946-8130 to find out about the legal services we offer in the area of  VAWA law. We do not offer a free consultation with an attorney and there is a charge for a legal consultation depending on the complexity of the matter.

* Major Florida Cities We Serve

Boca Raton Cape Coral Clearwater Deerfield Beach Ft. Lauderdale  Gainesville Hialeah Hollywood Jacksonville Lighthouse Point Miami  Miami Beach Orlando Pompano Beach Port St. Lucie St. Petersburg Tallahassee Tampa West Palm Beach

* Major Florida Counties We Serve

Broward County Duval County Hillsborough County Miami-Dade County Orange County Palm Beach County Pinellas County

You may also fill out the “Contact an Immigration Lawyer” form below for instant delivery to our confidential email system.  The Law Office of Rose H. Robbins will contact you within twenty-four (24) business hours of receipt of this form to tell you about the legal services we offer. I understand that by submitting this form that the Law Office of Rose H. Robbins does not represent me and are are not my attorney and there is no attorney-client relationship by submitting my question or requesting that the Law Office of Rose H. Robbins contact me. I understand that the ONLY way that the Law Office of Rose H. Robbins will represent me is by entering into a written fee agreement/retainer agreement and that this form is not a fee agreement/retainer agreement.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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