Every year, thousands of immigrants become victims of domestic violence and/or emotional cruelty, however few seek help for fear of negative immigration consequences. The U.S. laws, however, offer extensive protections to victims of such abuse, whether the perpetrator is a U.S citizen or not. Taking into account that abusers may attempt to control or intimidate

Immigration removal proceedings typically end in one of two ways: the immigrant either wins his case and is allowed to remain in the United States, or if he loses his case in Immigration Court, an Order of Removal is entered against him. However, a third, little known option called Administrative Closure may help certain individuals


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