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محامي الهجرة لدى منظمة هورايزنز يسال الان محامين حماية الاطفال والاسره في ولايتك عن الاجراءات القانونية ياليت تعطينهم وقت خصوصا انهم ابدوا اهتمام بقضيتك
انا قاعده بمدينتي ٦ شهور بعدها احتمال نرجع السعوديه و انا مابي ارجع للظلم و القهر و التعنيف و السجن و مابي ولدي يتربى عالارهاب



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ماعندي مانع اروح المريخ بعد مو بس كولورادو
ياليت تكتبين لهم ايميل ان ماعندك مانع انك تعيشين عندهم في كولورادوا حتى يوقفون البحث عن كنيسه في مدينتك ويساعدونك على الذهاب لهم في كولورادوا بعد اتخاذ الاجراءات القانوية لدى الشرطة حتى لايستطيع زوجك التقديم باختطاف ويتم تحييده حال قدومه الى مركز الشرطة بحيث لايستطيع ان يقربك او يتواصل معاك
اوك الان ارسلهم ، بس ياليت لو يرسلون لي كل شيء زي ما انت موضح الكلام ذا كله ما دريت عنه ولا احد علمني عليه
انتي راسليهم وهم راح يوصلونك بمحامي الهجرة وهو راح يشرح لك من النواحي القانوية ويمكن يوصلك بمحامين الاسرة والطفل في ولايتك


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المسيح:28«تَعَالَوْا إلَيَّ أيُّهَا المُتْعَبُونَ وَيَا مَنْ تَحْمِلُونَ أحمَالًا ثَقِيلَةً، وَأنَا سَأُعْطِيكُمُ الرَّاحَةَ.
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مدام معك طفل اتوقع بيكون املوضع اسهل خصوصا لو كنتي تشتكين التعنيف بس اختي حاولي وتذكري موضوع الطفل بيكون صعب عليك جدا جدا تعيشين في ملاجا ماتعرفين شو وضعها خصوصا انتي كنتي عايشه في السعوديه مع زوجك كل شي للطفل متوفر وبسهوله فجاه تجدين نفسك في ملاجي

فكري في موضوع الطفل كثير امريكا ماعندهم رحمه عادي اذا حسوا انك ماتقدرين ترعينه بيشلونه منك ولابتشوفينه الا بعد فتره مثل احد الاخوات المصريات شلوا منها طفلها وعمرها اقل من شهر ولاشافته الا وعمره ست شهور


اتمنى تتباعين مع الاخوه هنا في المنتدى افضل من انك تتصرفين لوحدك اكيد بيدلونك على الطريق الافضل والانسب بحكم خبرتهم

في امريكا لااتتصرفين اي تصرف من راسك كل غلطه بسيطه محسوبه عليك خصوصا فيما يخص الطفل انتهي ولاتستعجلين في كل شي

خلي كل تحركاتك مدروسه صح الصح ولاتخطين اي خطوه الا بمساعدته الاخوه والاخوات في المنتدى اكيد مابيضرونك بيدلونك على الطريق الصحيح الي فيه الخير لك ولابنك

اتمنى من كل قلبي حياه سعيده لك ولطفلك ويكبر ويتربى في عز وامان



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محامي الهجرة لدى منظمة هورايزنز يسال الان محامين حماية الاطفال والاسره في ولايتك عن الاجراءات القانونية ياليت تعطينهم وقت خصوصا انهم ابدوا اهتمام بقضيتك
انا قاعده بمدينتي ٦ شهور بعدها احتمال نرجع السعوديه و انا مابي ارجع للظلم و القهر و التعنيف و السجن و مابي ولدي يتربى عالارهاب
راح ارسل لك تواصل ثاني ع الخاص
عندها تواصل اقوى لك
ياليت تذكرين في رسالتك انك مظطهده ولاترغبين في العيش في الارهاب ولاتريدين ان يتربى طفلك على الارهاب الاسلامي


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المسيح:28«تَعَالَوْا إلَيَّ أيُّهَا المُتْعَبُونَ وَيَا مَنْ تَحْمِلُونَ أحمَالًا ثَقِيلَةً، وَأنَا سَأُعْطِيكُمُ الرَّاحَةَ.
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السؤال هل عندك ادلة على التعنيف الجسدي؟ صور رسائل الخ الخ

هل تم تعنيفك على الاراضي الامريكية ؟ (لو كان التعنيف فريش يكون كويس )


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المسيح:28«تَعَالَوْا إلَيَّ أيُّهَا المُتْعَبُونَ وَيَا مَنْ تَحْمِلُونَ أحمَالًا ثَقِيلَةً، وَأنَا سَأُعْطِيكُمُ الرَّاحَةَ.
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بعد التقديم على التعنيف في الشرطة فيه خيارات لديك :
Battered Spouse, Children & Parents
On this page you will find information on:

Those Eligible to File
Eligibility Requirements for a Spouse
Eligibility Requirements for a Child
Eligibility Requirements for a Parent
Filing Process
Working in the United States
Permanent Residence
As a battered spouse, child or parent, you may file an immigrant visa petition under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

The VAWA provisions in the INA allow certain spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and certain spouses and children of permanent residents (Green Card holders) to file a petition for themselves, without the abuser's knowledge. This allows victims to seek both safety and independence from their abuser, who is not notified about the filing.

The VAWA provisions, which apply equally to women and men, are permanent and do not require congressional reauthorization.

Help is also available from the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 (TDD). The hotline has information about shelters, mental health care, legal advice and other types of assistance, including information about filing for immigration status. For more information, visit the National Domestic Violence website.

Those Eligible to File
Spouse: You may file for yourself if you are, or were, the abused spouse of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. You may also file as an abused spouse if your child has been abused by your U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse. You may also include on your petition your unmarried children who are under 21 if they have not filed for themselves.
Parent: You may file if you are the parent of a U.S. citizen, and you have been abused by your U.S. citizen son or daughter.
Child: You may file for yourself if you are an abused child under 21, unmarried and have been abused by your U.S. citizen or permanent resident parent. Your children may also be included on your petition. You may also file for yourself as a child after age 21 but before age 25 if you can demonstrate that the abuse was the main reason for the delay in filing.
Eligibility Requirements for a Spouse
Qualifying spousal relationship:
You are married to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident abuser or
your marriage to the abuser was terminated by death or a divorce (related to the abuse) within the 2 years prior to filing your petition, or
your spouse lost or renounced citizenship or permanent resident status within the 2 years prior to filing your petition due to an incident of domestic violence, or
you believed that you were legally married to your abusive U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse but the marriage was not legitimate solely because of the bigamy of your abusive spouse.
You have suffered battery/extreme cruelty by your U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse:
You have been abused by your U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse, or
your child has been subjected to battery or extreme cruelty by your U.S. or permanent resident spouse.
You entered into the marriage in good faith, not solely for immigration benefits.
You have resided with your spouse.
You are a person of good moral character.
Eligibility Requirements for a Child
Qualifying parent/child relationship:
You are the child of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident abuser, or
you are the child of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident abuser who lost citizenship or lawful permanent resident status due to an incident of domestic violence.
You have suffered battery/extreme cruelty by your U.S. citizen or permanent resident parent.
You have resided with your abusive parent.
You are a person of good moral character; a child less than 14 years of age is presumed to be a person of good moral character.
Eligibility Requirements for a Parent
Qualifying parent/son or daughter relationship:
You are the parent of a U.S. citizen son or daughter who is at least 21 years of age when the self-petition is filed, or
you are the parent of a U.S. citizen son or daughter who lost or renounced citizenship status related to an incident of domestic violence, or
you are the parent of a U.S. citizen son or daughter who was at least 21 years of age and who died within 2 years prior to filing the self-petition.
You have suffered battery or extreme cruelty by your U.S. citizen son or daughter.
You have resided with the abusive son or daughter.
You are a person of good moral character.
Filing Process
You must complete the Form I-360, Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant, including all supporting documentation.
You must file the form with the Vermont Service Center (VSC).
If you are living abroad at the time of filing the self-petition, you may file Form I-360 if:
the abuser is an employee of the U.S. government,
the abuser is a member of the uniformed services, or
you were subjected to battery or extreme cruelty in the United States.
If you are a self-petitioning spouse or child and you meet all filing requirements, you will receive a notice (Prima Facie Determination Notice) valid for 150 days that you can present to government agencies that provide certain public benefits to certain victims of domestic violence.
If your Form I-360, Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant is approved and you do not have legal immigration status in the United States, we may place you in deferred action, which allows you to remain in the United States
Working in the United States
If you have an approved Form I-360, you are eligible to apply to work in the United States. In addition, if you have an approved Form I-360 and have been placed in deferred action, you are eligible to apply to work in the United States. To apply to work in the United States, you must file the Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, with the Vermont Service Center.

Your children listed on your approved Form I-360, may also apply for work authorization. For more information on working in the United States, visit our Working in the U.S. page.

Permanent Residence (Green Card)
If you have an approved Form I-360, you may be eligible to file for a green card. If you are a self-petitioning spouse or child, your children listed on your approved Form I-360 may also be eligible to apply for a green card. For information about filing for a green card, see the Immigration Options for Victims of Crimes Brochure (PDF, 272 KB)

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Victims of Criminal Activity: U Nonimmigrant Status
Scared battered women looking around a corner
The U nonimmigrant status (U visa) is set aside for victims of certain crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity. Congress created the U nonimmigrant visa with the passage of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act (including the Battered Immigrant Women’s Protection Act) in October 2000. The legislation was intended to strengthen the ability of law enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute cases of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking of aliens and other crimes, while also protecting victims of crimes who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse due to the crime and are willing to help law enforcement authorities in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity. The legislation also helps law enforcement agencies to better serve victims of crimes.

To learn about updates to the program, visit our U Nonimmigrant Status Program Updates page.

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U Nonimmigrant Eligibility
You may be eligible for a U nonimmigrant visa if:

You are the victim of qualifying criminal activity.
You have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of having been a victim of criminal activity.
You have information about the criminal activity. If you are under the age of 16 or unable to provide information due to a disability, a parent, guardian, or next friend may possess the information about the crime on your behalf (see glossary for definition of ‘next friend’).
You were helpful, are helpful, or are likely to be helpful to law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of the crime. If you are under the age of 16 or unable to provide information due to a disability, a parent, guardian, or next friend may assist law enforcement on your behalf.
The crime occurred in the United States or violated U.S. laws.
You are admissible to the United States. If you are not admissible, you may apply for a waiver on a Form I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Nonimmigrant.
Qualifying Criminal Activities
Applying for U Nonimmigrant Status (U Visa)
Filing for Qualifying Family Members
Fees to File U Nonimmigrant Status Applications U Visa Extensions
U Visa Extensions
U Visa Cap
The limit on the number of U visas that may be granted to principal petitioners each year is 10,000. However, there is no cap for family members deriving status from the principal applicant, such as spouses, children, or other eligible family members.
If the cap is reached before all U nonimmigrant petitions have been adjudicated, USCIS will create a waiting list for any eligible principal or derivative petitioners that are awaiting a final decision and a U visa. Petitioners placed on the waiting list will be granted deferred action or parole and are eligible to apply for work authorization while waiting for additional U visas to become available.
Once additional visas become available, those petitioners on the waiting list will receive their visa in the order in which their petition was received. Petitioners on the waiting list do not have to take any additional steps to request the U visa. USCIS will notify the petitioner of the approval and the accompanying U visa.
Note to Petitioners: Principal U nonimmigrant petitioners are employment authorized incident to status, after the underlying petition for U nonimmigrant status is approved and an employment authorization document is automatically issued without filing Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization.

Derivative family members residing inside the United States are also employment authorized incident to status, however an employment authorization document is not automatically issued. Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, may be filed for a derivative to obtain an employment authorization document.

Employment authorization for principals and derivatives can only be issued after the underlying U nonimmigrant status petition is approved, regardless of when the Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, is filed.

If the statutory cap is reached in a fiscal year and USCIS uses the waiting list process described at 8 CFR 214.14(d)(2), petitioners for U nonimmigrant status and derivatives in the United States can apply for employment authorization using Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, based on deferred action. An application for employment authorization based on deferred action can only be approved after DHS has deferred action in your case, regardless of when the Form I-765 is filed

Applying for a Green Card
You may be eligible to apply for a Green Card (adjustment of status/permanent residence) if you meet certain requirements, including:

You have been physically present in the United States for a continuous period of at least three years while in U nonimmigrant status, and
You have not unreasonably refused to provide assistance to law enforcement since you received your U visa.
To apply for permanent residence (a Green Card) for yourself or a qualifying family member, visit our Green Card for a U Nonimmigrant page.
PLEASE NOTE: Any qualifying family member who does not have a derivative U visa when the principal U nonimmigrant receives a Green Card is no longer eligible for a derivative U visa, but may still be eligible to apply for lawful permanent residence.
For information on extending your principal U visa to ensure your family member remains eligible for a U visa, please visit the T and U visa extension memorandum (PDF, 91 KB).
Family Members Deriving Status

If the family member deriving status based on your status has met the eligibility requirements for a Green Card, they may apply for lawful permanent residence by filing their own Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status.

Even if your family members never had U nonimmigrant status or a U visa, they may still be eligible for a Green Card.

First, you must file a Form I-929, Petition for Qualifying Family Member of U-1 Nonimmigrant, for each eligible family member.
You may file the Form I-929 at the same time or after you file your Form I-485.
If the Form I-929 for your family member(s) is approved:

Family members in the United States may file the Form I-485 to apply for a Green Card.
Family members outside the United States must first visit a U.S. embassy or consulate to obtain their immigrant visa. Information for the local U.S. embassy or consulate and the procedures for obtaining a visa to enter the United States may be found at www.usembassy.gov.
NOTE: The Form I-929 is the form that is used to establish whether your family member is eligible to apply for a Green Card based on your U visa based lawful permanent resident status. This does not mean that your family member will receive a Green Card. Even if the Form I-929 is approved, your family member is not automatically eligible for work authorization. They are eligible to work once they have received their Green Card.
Fees to File Form I-929

All Form I-929 applications are sent to the USCIS Vermont Service Center.
There is a filing fee for the Form I-929. If you are unable to pay the fee, you may request a fee waiver by also filing a Form I-912, or by submitting a separate written request for a fee waiver.
Please visit our Green Card for a Victim of a Crime (U Nonimmigrant) Web page for more information.

Resources for Victims of Human Trafficking & Other Crimes
USCIS offers resources for victims of human trafficking and other crimes and the organizations that serve them. This information is designed to help answer any questions you or your family might have about obtaining T or U Nonimmigrant status. Please see Resources for Victims of Human Trafficking & Other Crimes for more information.


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المسيح:28«تَعَالَوْا إلَيَّ أيُّهَا المُتْعَبُونَ وَيَا مَنْ تَحْمِلُونَ أحمَالًا ثَقِيلَةً، وَأنَا سَأُعْطِيكُمُ الرَّاحَةَ.
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السؤال هل عندك ادلة على التعنيف الجسدي؟ صور رسائل الخ الخ

هل تم تعنيفك على الاراضي الامريكية ؟ (لو كان التعنيف فريش يكون كويس )
لا ماعندي صور للاسف ماكنت اهتم باني اصور لان ماتوقعت بيوم اني افكر اطلب لجوء و ماجاء على بالي ابدا .
بالاراضي الامريكية في فقط اجيار على الحجاب و المنع من الدخول و الخروج بدون علمه و حتى ما اعرف الا شخص واحد بامريكا عن طريق احدى صاحباتي و رافض اني اتعرف على اي احد و رافض دخول طفلي للروضه لانها تتبع الايمان المسيحي



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السؤال هل عندك ادلة على التعنيف الجسدي؟ صور رسائل الخ الخ

هل تم تعنيفك على الاراضي الامريكية ؟ (لو كان التعنيف فريش يكون كويس )
لا ماعندي صور للاسف ماكنت اهتم باني اصور لان ماتوقعت بيوم اني افكر اطلب لجوء و ماجاء على بالي ابدا .
بالاراضي الامريكية في فقط اجيار على الحجاب و المنع من الدخول و الخروج بدون علمه و حتى ما اعرف الا شخص واحد بامريكا عن طريق احدى صاحباتي و رافض اني اتعرف على اي احد و رافض دخول طفلي للروضه لانها تتبع الايمان المسيحي
هل هو يقفل الباب عليك وماعندك مفتاح ؟

رايت في المنام (على طريقة الدكتور طالب ) انه فيه امرأة مع زوحها ولاترغب به , فنرفزته الى ان ضربها ضربا مبرحا ومن ثم خرج واقفل عليها الباب , فاتصلت بالشرطة وهم فتحوا لها الباب عنوة ووضعوها تحت الحماية والقو القبض على زوجها , وهي طلبت ان يكون طفلها معها وتم اعطاءها طفلها وهي تعيش حرة طليقه


David Swaim
Immigration Attorney | Dallas, TX
If the husband is a US citizen or permanent resident, she must NOT file for Asylum but should file as a "battered spouse". As for "kidnapping", if she is in a shelter with her child, that should not be an issue. A police complaint should be filed immediately and she should get counseling. She should retain all police reports, medical evidence, and counseling documentation.


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المسيح:28«تَعَالَوْا إلَيَّ أيُّهَا المُتْعَبُونَ وَيَا مَنْ تَحْمِلُونَ أحمَالًا ثَقِيلَةً، وَأنَا سَأُعْطِيكُمُ الرَّاحَةَ.
https://www.bible.com/bible/195/MAT.11.SAT

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Adan G. Vega
Immigration Attorney | Houston, TX
The person who has suffered domestic violence should contact the police authorities to report the crime and, in lieu of applying for asylum, should consider filing for VAWA if married to the U.S. citizen or resident abuser. The U visa is also another option.
Moreover, the victim and the child should seek shelter at a church or any other community organization that can also provide professional counseling.


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المسيح:28«تَعَالَوْا إلَيَّ أيُّهَا المُتْعَبُونَ وَيَا مَنْ تَحْمِلُونَ أحمَالًا ثَقِيلَةً، وَأنَا سَأُعْطِيكُمُ الرَّاحَةَ.
https://www.bible.com/bible/195/MAT.11.SAT


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هل تم تعنيفك على الاراضي الامريكية ؟ (لو كان التعنيف فريش يكون كويس )
لا ماعندي صور للاسف ماكنت اهتم باني اصور لان ماتوقعت بيوم اني افكر اطلب لجوء و ماجاء على بالي ابدا .
بالاراضي الامريكية في فقط اجيار على الحجاب و المنع من الدخول و الخروج بدون علمه و حتى ما اعرف الا شخص واحد بامريكا عن طريق احدى صاحباتي و رافض اني اتعرف على اي احد و رافض دخول طفلي للروضه لانها تتبع الايمان المسيحي
هل هو يقفل الباب عليك وماعندك مفتاح ؟

رايت في المنام (على طريقة الدكتور طالب ) انه فيه امرأة مع زوحها ولاترغب به , فنرفزته الى ان ضربها ضربا مبرحا ومن ثم خرج واقفل عليها الباب , فاتصلت بالشرطة وهم فتحوا لها الباب عنوة ووضعوها تحت الحماية والقو القبض على زوجها , وهي طلبت ان يكون طفلها معها وتم اعطاءها طفلها وهي تعيش حرة طليقه


David Swaim
Immigration Attorney | Dallas, TX
If the husband is a US citizen or permanent resident, she must NOT file for Asylum but should file as a "battered spouse". As for "kidnapping", if she is in a shelter with her child, that should not be an issue. A police complaint should be filed immediately and she should get counseling. She should retain all police reports, medical evidence, and counseling documentation.
نعم يقفل الباب و يهددني دائما في حال عدم خضوعي له و و لم اتقيد باوامره سوف يرجعني للسعودية و انا خايفه يرجعني ، لذلك احاول قد ما اقدر اسايسه لين الاقي احد يساعدني



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