U-3 Visa Law and Legal Definition

U-3 Visa is a visa that may be issued to children of victims of crime such as rape, domestic abuse, or torture. U-3 Visa is a child of U-1 Visa. U-1 Visa is issued to victims of crime including rape, torture, incest, domestic violence, and many others when the victims have information that may assist the police. When the U-1 Visa holder is of 21 years of age, the children of the Visa holder may qualify for U-3 Visa. A U-3 Visa holder can apply for permanent residency after 3 years of U Visa non immigrant status.