Asylum And Humanitarian Relief
Asylum offers people fleeing their native country due to violence and persecution. The United States provides asylum protection to these families and individuals, allowing them to stay and work. Asylum is granted if the individual or their family was harmed or in danger of being harmed because of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or part of a particular social group. Depending on their circumstances, different types of asylum and humanitarian visas are available.
- Temporary Protected Status
- U Visa – Victims of Criminal Activity
- T Visa – Victims of Human Trafficking
- Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)