Immigration

Many immigrants are fearful of admitting they have been a victim of a crime, in part,  because they believe they will be deported from the United States if they report the crime.  U.S. law provides several protections for legal and undocumented immigrants who have been victims of a crime.  There are specific protections for victims of domestic violence, victims of certain crimes, and victims of human trafficking.

Please click on the links below to access more information  to assist immigrants.


U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services - Humanitarian Division

​Helpful Brochures:

Comparing Forms of Immigration Relief

Immigration Options for Victims of Crime

Your Legal Rights

Protections for Immigrant Victims

Relief for Immigrant Survivors of Abuse