VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE VISAS

Individuals who are not citizens or residents who are victims of certain crimes and who work with the police to report crimes may be eligible for a visa. 


Do you think you may be eligible for a visa because of violence you have suffered? Schedule an appointment with us.


If you have been the victim of a crime, always report the crime to the police.

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OTHER PATHS TO LEGAL STATUS

Some individuals who cannot obtain legal immigrant status through family members or other visas may be eligible for another type of status. The No More A Stranger Foundation works with individuals who qualify for each of the following. 

Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

Deferred Action Child for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)

Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA)


Do you need help with a specialized application? Schedule an appointment with us.

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MIGRANT WORKER RIGHTS

The law protects migrant workers from abusive employment practices. Migrant workers must be paid at least the federal minimum wage. The law offers additional protections. 


Do you think you may have been unfairly treated by an employer? Schedule an appointment with us.

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IMMIGRANT-OWNED BUSINESSES

Part of the No More A Stranger Foundation’s mission is to provide legal services to businesses that are owned or operated in substantial part by immigrants, migrants, or refugees. If you are interested in legal counsel for your business, contact us.

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CLASSES

The No More a Stranger Foundation currently offers the following classes:

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VISAS PARA VÍCTIMAS DE VIOLENCIA

Las personas que no son ciudadanos o residentes y que son víctimas de ciertos delitos o que trabajan con la policía para denunciar delitos pueden ser elegibles para una visa.


¿Cree que pueda ser elegible para una visa debido a la violencia que ha sufrido? Programe una cita.


Si ha sido víctima de un delito, ¡siempre informe el delito a la policía!

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OTRAS MANERAS DE OBTENER ESTADO LEGAL

Algunas personas que no pueden obtener el estado de inmigrante legal a través de familiares u otras visas pueden ser elegibles para otro tipo de estatus. La Fundación No Más Desconocido trabaja con las personas que califican para cada uno de los siguiente.

Estado de Protección Temporal (TPS)

Consideración de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA)

Estado Especial de Inmigrante Juvenil (SIJS)

Acta de Ajuste Nicaragüense y Alivio Centroamericano (NACARA)


¿Necesita ayuda con una solicitud especializada? ¡Programe una cita!

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DERECHOS DEL TRABAJADOR MIGRANTE

La ley protege a los trabajadores migrantes de las prácticas abusivas en el empleo. Los trabajadores migrantes deben recibir al menos el salario mínimo federal. La ley ofrece protecciones adicionales. 


¿Cree que un empleador le haya tratado injustamente? ¡Programe una cita!

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NEGOCIOS QUE SON PROPIEDAD DE INMIGRANTES

Parte de la misión de La Fundación No Más Desconocido es proporcionar servicios legales a empresas que son propiedad de u operadas en gran parte por inmigrantes, migrantes o refugiados. Si está interesado en asesoría legal para su negocio, contáctenos.

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CLASES

La Fundación No Más Desconocido ofrece las siguientes clases:

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THE TEAM

 

CARL HERNANDEZ III

Founder

Before accepting a faculty appointment at BYU Law, Mr. Hernandez enjoyed a successful law practice in an area with some of the world’s richest agricultural soil, but with one of the highest levels of poverty in the United States—California’s San Joaquin Valley.  As a young man, he picked fruit in orchards in an area where Cesar Chavez organized the United Farm Workers of America and he worked in a packinghouse adjacent to where John Steinbeck penned parts of his classic novel, The Grapes of Wrath.  In his youth and as a practicing lawyer, he witnessed families, churches, schools, agri-businesses, government agencies and community-based organizations work together to improve the quality of life for migrant farm workers, immigrants and underrepresented minorities both during and after the Civil Rights Movement.  These early experiences were formative to his professional identity and serve as a foundation for the work his now does to serve the poor including migrants and immigrants.


Mr. Hernandez has made significant contributions to helping create a vision, framework, plan and a well-established curriculum for professional skills teaching at the BYU Law School and performs extensive work training law students to perform immigration practice before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

THE TEAM

 

CARL HERNANDEZ III

Founder

Before accepting a faculty appointment at BYU Law, Mr. Hernandez enjoyed a successful law practice in an area with some of the world’s richest agricultural soil, but with one of the highest levels of poverty in the United States—California’s San Joaquin Valley.  As a young man, he picked fruit in orchards in an area where Cesar Chavez organized the United Farm Workers of America and he worked in a packinghouse adjacent to where John Steinbeck penned parts of his classic novel, The Grapes of Wrath.  In his youth and as a practicing lawyer, he witnessed families, churches, schools, agri-businesses, government agencies and community-based organizations work together to improve the quality of life for migrant farm workers, immigrants and underrepresented minorities both during and after the Civil Rights Movement.  These early experiences were formative to his professional identity and serve as a foundation for the work his now does to serve the poor including migrants and immigrants.


Mr. Hernandez has made significant contributions to helping create a vision, framework, plan and a well-established curriculum for professional skills teaching at the BYU Law School and performs extensive work training law students to perform immigration practice before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

STUDENT VISAS

Individuals who are not citizens or residents of the United States may apply for a student visa from within their home country. Students must apply and be accepted to a university in the United States before applying for a student visa. After completing their studies, some individuals are eligible to work for one year through an optional practical training program.


If you are interested in applying for a student visa, contact us.

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VISAS DE ESTUDIANTE

Las personas que no son ciudadanos o residentes de los Estados Unidos pueden solicitar una visa de estudiante desde su país de origen. Los estudiantes deben aplicar y ser aceptados en una universidad de los Estados Unidos antes de solicitar una visa de estudiante. Para más información del trabajo que hacemos con estudiantes, vea CAMINOS.


Si está interesado en solicitar una visa de estudiante, contáctenos.

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