These protections fall under the broad category of Protective Visas, including Temporary Protected Status.

To secure protection is no simple task; rather, successful applications necessitate substantial effort, documentation, evidence, and legal arguments establishing eligibility for the protection requested.  For decades, Norris McLaughlin has handled countless applications and other legal requests for individuals seeking protection of the United States Government, because of domestic violence, cooperation, victims of crimes and human trafficking.

Norris McLaughlin Attorneys work closely with the victim, family members, federal, state, and local law enforcement, immigration authorities, medical providers, and others, to ensure that any request for protection is detailed and comprehensive.  In addition to asylum protection, other protective visas and applications include:

  • U-Visas for victims of crime.
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
    • Provides immigration protection to individuals who have been victims of domestic violence.
  • T-Visas
  • Continued Presence (CP)
  • Significant Public Benefit Parole
  • Deferred Action and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • S-Visas
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
    • Burma (Myanmar)
    • El Salvador
    • Haiti
    • Honduras
    • Nepal
    • Nicaragua
    • Somalia
    • Sudan
    • South Sudan
    • Syria
    • Ukraine
    • Venezuela
    • Yemen

Norris McLaughlin is the leading immigration law and deportation defense firm. Norris McLaughlin Attorneys have held thousands of immigrants over the years in their times of need, reinforcing the notion that America is here to protect others, especially the most vulnerable.  To learn more about the specific types of visas, contact Norris McLaughlin today for a free, confidential consultation.