Under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) a woman or man, married to an abusive US citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse, can obtain lawful permanent residency in the USA (or green card) independently of the abusive spouse. This is an alternative to depending on an abusive US citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse to apply for permanent residency for their foreign spouse. Under certain circumstances, a foreign spouse can apply on his or her own and obtain permanent residency for himself or herself and any minor children. Under certain circumstances, children and parents of abusive US citizens may also qualify to file a VAWA petition.
24725 West 12 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48034
Phone: +1 248-663-5150
For changes of address, Form AR-11 must be sent to the following address OR submitted online at www.uscis.gov: DHS/USCIS, Harrisonburg File Storage Facility, Attn:
AR-11, 1344 Pleasants Drive, Harrisonburg, VA 22801.
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Law office with practice exclusively in Immigration and Nationality Law. Serving clients in Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, Livingston counties, throughout the State of Michigan and other states. Office located in Berkley, Oakland County; however, clients travel to meet with Svetlana Lebedinski from the cities throughout the Metro Detroit area, western Michigan and the adjacent states of Ohio and Illinois. Full services Immigration Law Firm serving Farmington Hills, West Bloomfield, Novi, Troy, Detroit, Hamtramck, Downriver, Commerce Twp, Walled Lake, Pontiac, Livonia, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Howell, Wixom, Utica and beyond.