Humanitarian pathways to a Green Card allow victims of crime, abuse and neglect to self-petition for a Green Card. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) created a special pathway for domestic violence victims to self-petition for a Green Card. Victims may also seek adjustment of status, obtain work authorization, certain public benefits and financial aid.
The petitioner must have a relationship with the abuser, and she must have suffered either “battery and/or extreme cruelty” during the relationship with the abuser. The harm can be physical, mental, sexual, financial abuse and/or extreme cruelty.
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