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Educate yourself about domestic abuse

- Domestic violence can come in many forms, including physical, sexual and emotional abuse

- Regardless of your immigration status, if you or your children are being abused, you have the right to protection

- If your immigration status is dependent on your marriage, there are options available to you, including filing to prevent removal under evidence of an abusive relationship

You and your children should not be subject to abuse simply because you fear the impact leaving may make on your ability to remain in this country. Trust us to guide you to the protection you need and the life you truly deserve.

You have the right to live a life without fear, threat and pain. Protect yourself and start today to give yourself a brighter tomorrow.

Ask us about protecting your custody of your children.

You should not live a life of fear

Domestic violence is any type of repeated action by one partner for the purpose of threatening, excessively controlling or inflicting pain over the other partner or a child. This type of violence should never be tolerated, and you should know that you are protected.



The law offers specific protections for the immigrant spouses of permanent residents and citizens. Your presence in this country does not have to be at risk. Call us to bring an end to your abuse.

Guard your children

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The law now offers protection to the spouse of a United States citizen or a permanent resident, when that spouse is physically or mentally abusive. The applications require documentation proving the relationship and the abuse.


Call attorney Salvador Colón at (281) 756-3003.

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