Migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard may get visas after being declared victims of crime

Sheriff’s certification of ‘unlawful criminal restraint’ would open the path for U-visa, which usually leads to a green card

A Texas sheriff has certified that 48 migrants who were involuntarily flown to Martha’s Vineyard were victims of a crime, a procedure that would immediately qualify them for a US visa or green card.

The certification by the Bexar county sheriff, Javier Salazar, would open the path for a U-visa, which usually leads to a green card, for the victims.

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