The U-Visa letters (or declarations) are needed in your filing to explain what happened to you, and the type of crime you suffered. You should describe in detail when the crime occurred, where and what exactly happened from the magnitude of violence to what type of weapon used, if any. Remember there is no court hearing or interview, the statement is your only opportunity to explain everything that happened to you and must be written in English. So, you should tell the immigration officer how you meet all the requirements: crime, helpfulness, and harm and explaining your story for every action you took during that time. You should also say why you deserve forgiveness for any crimes you have committed or for any immigration violations.
Your letter should answer all the below questions:
About your identity,
How you were hurt,
Have you helped police or the courts to prosecute the perpetrator?
Why do you need a waiver (if required)?
With our extensive experience in writing such letters CartasPro will help you write a well structure story of your situation that is brief, effective, and detailed. Remember that this statement is your only opportunity to explain everything that happened to you and must be written in English.