Elyon offers humanitarian reliefs services in Boston
Elyon has a particular focus on helping victims of domestic abuse or other serious crimes
The U.S. Department of State estimates that 14,500 to 17,500 people are trafficked into the United States each year. However, these numbers do not include the many individuals trafficked within U.S. borders. Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery. It is an extreme form of labor exploitation where women, men and children are recruited or obtained and then forced to labor against their will through force, fraud or coercion. Trafficking victims are often lured by false promises of decent jobs and better lives. The inequalities women face in status and opportunity worldwide make women particularly vulnerable to trafficking.
That is why at Elyon Legal we do not take this sensitive subject lightly. Elyon has a particular focus on helping victims of domestic abuse or other serious crimes, such as human trafficking. Schedule a consultation with us, so we can help you to determine if other forms of immigration relief are available to you and your family.
- Immigrant Visa Waivers for Unlawful Presence
- Immigrant Visa Waivers for Fraud and Misrepresentation
- Immigrant Visa Waivers related to Criminal Charges, some exceptions apply
- Immigrant Visa Waivers to Overcome Grounds for Inadmissibility
- Immigrant Visa Waivers to Overcome Grounds for Deportability
- Non-Immigrant Visa (Temporary) Waiver to overcome grounds of inadmissibility
- T Visas for Victims of Human Trafficking and Immediate Relatives
- U Visas for Victims of Criminal Activity and Immediate Relatives
- VAWA for Victims of Domestic Abuse by Parents, Children or Spouses that are U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents.
- Humanitarian Parole
- Temporary Protected Status
- Affirmative and Defensive Asylum
Schedule an immigration consultation in Boston with Elyon today.
Call us today to book a consultation for your family, business, or employment related immigration issue.
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