VAWA Self Petitioning

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Information about VAWA Self Petitioning
Templates & Forms

Published on September 23, 2008

Author: drishtikone



Violence Against Women Act (1995) is a provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act, codified in Section 204(a).

Under VAWA, battered spouses or children may self-petition for lawful permanent residence under the Act, without the batterer’s knowledge

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