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U-Visa: Helping Domestic Violence Survivors

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U-Visa: Helping Domestic Violence Survivors

U-Visa: Helping Domestic Violence Survivors

U-Visa: Helping Domestic Violence Survivors

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Undocumented and abused, survivors of domestic violence fear that if they call the police, they'll be deported. But a little-known program called the "U-Visa" can help. Ashley Lopez reports.

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