According to the USCIS, the U-visa is a temporary visa for undocumented victims of crime who have assisted with the investigation and prosecution of certain qualifying crimes. The U-visa includes employment authorization and allows for U-visa holders to apply for permanent residence in the United States.
For more information about the UVisa, please visit the USCIS website here.
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