An article about mandatory U-visa certification from The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law's 2010 Symposium Issue.
View the other events in the 2010 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law Symposium below.
Opening Remarks + Panel One
Present at the Creation: Drafting and Passing the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
The VAWA Civil Rights Provision: Shaping It, Saving It, Litigating It, Losing It
The Impact of VAWA: Billions (Yes, with a B) for Prevention, Victim Services, Law Enforcement, Underserved Populations and the Courts, and Looking Ahead to VAWA IV
Mandatory U-visa Certification Unnecessarily Undermines the Purpose of the Violence Against Women Act's Immigrant Protections and its "Any Credible Evidence" Rules
Presenting the Legal Momentum Hero Award to Vice President Joe Biden for Initiating and Championing VAWA
Drafting, Lobbying, and Litigating VAWA: National, Local, and Transnational Interventions on Behalf of Women's Equality