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Special Immigrant Juvenile Status: Everything You Need To Know

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Special Immigrant Juvenile Status is an immigration relief for children who have been abandoned, abused or mistreated by one or both of their parents and have had to enter the United States alone.

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What about minors entering the United States alone?

In order to apply for this process, you must meet certain requirements that demonstrate to the U.S. that you have everything necessary to obtain this benefit, among them:

  • Be under 18 years of age.
  • Have been abused, mistreated and abandoned by their parents.
  • To be present in the United States.
  • Be unmarried at the time you apply.
  • Be a dependent of a court or be in the custody of permitted entities or persons.
  • Have a compelling reason to justify your continued presence in the country.

What benefits can I obtain through this status?

As a minor protected in the United States, you will have the privilege of accessing different benefits that will allow you to live peacefully and safely within this great country, which are:

Obtain your legal permanent residency or green card in the U.S.

Work freely by means of an employment authorization, as long as you are of the required age.

Access government financial aid and education programs.

Start the process that will lead you to obtain a U.S. citizenship.

Learn about the advantages of being an unaccompanied minor

No matter how you entered the United States, you can always apply for this application.

You will not have to prove that you have a sponsor or financial support, simply because you are a minor.

In addition, you may be exempt from paying application fees.

Can a minor with Special Juvenile Status help his or her abusive parents?

The answer is NO, once you obtain this status you will not be allowed to make any application in the United States to help your parents, if you do so you may risk your status in the country.

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At Immigration Solution we understand your situation and we know how difficult it is to live in fear, we are willing to accompany you throughout your immigration process from beginning to end.

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+1 (678) 740-8042

Info@immigrationsolutionusa.com

We want to hear from you! Fill out our form with your question and we will be happy to help you.