Hundreds of years ago when immigrants reached our shores seeking asylum, the Statue of Liberty greeted them with the words, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." Those words hold true today. The United States still offers refuge for those seeking asylum from war-torn countries or violent situations.
Reilly Immigration helps asylum seekers apply for visas. Call our office in Tampa, Florida today to learn more about the humanitarian visa application process.
Ideally, anyone being threatened or abused in their home country should be able to find safety in the United States-but the reality of U.S. immigration laws can make it difficult for asylum seekers to get the protection they need.
Certain individuals may be eligible to apply for a visa or for residency as a result of being victims of certain crimes or persecution. This includes victims of qualifying violent crimes (U Visas), human trafficking (T Visas), domestic violence (VAWA), or persecution as a result of their race, religion, national origin, or membership in a particular social group (Asylum).
There are four different humanitarian visa options:
Talk to an immigration lawyer in Tampa, FL today about applying for a humanitarian visa. Reach out to Reilly Immigration now to schedule a consultation with a qualified immigration lawyer.