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ICWC San Francisco Directing Attorney Susan Bowyer talks about immigration relief for victims of crime on “Bay Sunday” CBS program

CBS 5 Sunday Bay News Interview by Video (in English) ICWC attorney Susan Bowyer and the director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) explain one of the steps to become a permanent resident. They also talk about the T Visa and  U Visa.

Victims of crime can seek legal help from attorneys

Univision 14 News Report by Video (in Spanish) ICWC attorney Susan Bowyer explains the U Visa and the services available to victims of crime and the importance of calling the police. It is important to cooperate with the authorities to submit a complaint. The authorities assure that they do not ask the immigration status of […]

Video: Doña Eugenia’s story featured to show how immigrants who are victims of crime can seek legal help from attorneys, such as with ICWC San Francisco Directing Attorney Susan Bowyer on Univisión San Francisco.

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Risks to apply for permanent residence

Univision 14 News Report by Video (in Spanish) ICWC attorney Jessica Farb explains what the risks are to apply for permanent residence for a spouse who is undocumented or who violated immigration law. She also explains what happens to couples who fall into the temptation to marry for the convenience to obtain residency.

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