The U Visa, 6th Edition, 2019
6th Edition
Sally Kinoshita, Susan Bowyer, Jessica Farb, Alison Kamhi, & Catherine Seitz

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“The U Visa publication has been extremely helpful and includes many samples. It’s not always easy to find samples, so this book is exactly what I need. It will help answer all of my U Visa questions.”

Fernanda Bueno, Attorney at Law
Bueno Law Office - San Rafael, CA

The U Visa manual has helped me win countless cases. I especially love the sections on helping family members. The details about who can bring siblings, spouses, parents, children and the ages for the principals and derivatives are complex. Anytime I have a case where there is a question about a person qualifying as a derivative, I immediately turn to the U Visa manual. Thank you for this great resource!”

Kristin Love Boscia, Attorney at Law
Law Office of Kristin Love Boscia - San Jose, CA

"The U Visa manual is a fantastic consolidation of information in one book. It is easy to follow and has many great examples. I especially like the use of citations and footnotes to get more detailed information."

Ms. Nora Phillips, Esq.
Staff Attorney, Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) in Los Angeles

"The 'Big Pink Book', as we have affectionately come to call it, has proven an essential resource for our Immigrant Justice Program. With CIS criteria and procedures continually evolving, a U Visa attorney must have access to the collective knowledge of fellow advocates and practitioners."

Alicia J. Triche
Staff Attorney, Immigrant Justice Program - Community Legal Center