Services

Humanitarian Visa

We help individuals escape hardships and make the United States their safe haven.

K Nair Law Group provides compassionate humanitarian visa services to immigrants seeking shelter and aid from disasters, emergency medical issues, oppression, and persecution.

Get in touch with a humanitarian lawyer today.

Founded in 2010

15+ Years’ Experience

Immigrants from 75 Countries Served

100+ Success Stories

Humanitarian Visa USA Options

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VAWA – Violence Against Women Act

K Nair Law Group helps victims of domestic emotional or physical abuse seek lawful status through self-petition under Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) which is visa for male and female victims of abuse perpetrated by spouses or parents who have green-card or U.S. citizenship status. Abusers are not notified when a victim applies for humanitarian visa benefits.

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Temporary Protected Status

We work closely with victims of natural disasters and political unrest to seek safety in the United States. Eligible individuals granted temporary protective status are not subject to removal and cannot be detained by DHS. Within temporary protected status, we help victims apply for employment and travel authorization.

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U Visa

We help individuals who have been a victim of qualifying crimes occurring in the United States or Territories of the United States obtain lawful status with authorization to work for the victim and victims immediate relatives. After a U visa is granted, the victim and qualifying immediate family members may apply for permanent resident or green-card status.

Asylum

Immigrants are eligible for asylum if he/she has been persecuted in his/her native country or has genuine fear of persecution in the future based on one or more of the following grounds:
  • Nationality
  • Membership in a Certain Social Group
  • Political Opinion
  • Race
  • Religion
Generally, immigrants must apply for asylum within one year of arrival to the United States. If asylum is granted, then the immigrant is eligible to apply for permanent resident or green-card status after one year.

Qualifying for Asylum

2-3 lines explaining that for an immigrant to apply for asylum from a country where they are being persecuted, they must have evidence they are being persecuted based on:

  • Nationality
  • Membership in a Certain Social Group
  • Political Opinion
  • Race
  • Religion

Victims must apply for asylum when they are in a port of entry to the USA – and do so within one year of arrival.

Our Dedication to Immigrants Seeking a Humanitarian Visa

Responsiveness

Responsiveness

Timely filings and supportive evidence is crucial in applying and qualifying for humanitarian visas. K Nair Law Group will be available step-by-step to answer questions and clients may request an attorney's direct cell line for urgent matters.

Educational Counsel

Educational Counsel

We are experienced in nagativtign the process of applying and qualifying for humanitarian visas and educate individuals on the applicable law to help them understand how the system works.

Speedy Solutions

Speedy Solutions

There are many challenges and roadblocks in humanitarian-based immigration. We will do everything possible to navigate the process efficiently.

Compassionate Support

Compassionate Support

Surviving persecution or abuse is a difficult journey. We’re here to help you achieve the best solution to make your transition smooth and painless.

Frequently Asked Questions

A humanitarian visa generally grants temporary status to live and work in the United States to foreign nationals who have been either persecuted or victim of natural disasters in their native country, or victims of qualifying crimes occurring in the United States, or those who need to travel to the United States due to circumstances of an emergency or public interest such as medical reasons.
Certain humanitarian visas such as asylum, U-visa, T-visa and VAWA provide the ability to apply for permanent resident status – or green card. Individuals that meet the criteria through certain scenarios may be eligible to adjust their status in the United States.
A humanitarian visa may have time limitation depending on the visa.

Book a Consultation with an Experienced Humanitarian Lawyer

Contact us to schedule a consultation to determine if you qualify for a humanitarian visa.