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  • Find Help for Victims of Sexual Assault

    If you or someone you know is the victim of sexual assault in Washington State, use this Resource Directory to help you to locate resources and support. Read More

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    Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
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  • Immigration Status and Court Hearings in Washington State

    Questions and answers about when and how the court can ask about your immigration status. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
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  • Protection Order Advocacy Program

    A protection order is an order, issued by a judge, to protect a person from another person whose behavior is abusive, threatening, exploitive or seriously alarming. This describes the different types of orders. Read More

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    King County Prosecuting Attorney
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  • Sexual Assault Protection Order

    A sexual assault protection order is a civil order issued by the court on behalf of a sexual assault victim. The order can require the alleged perpetrator to stay away from the victim or place(s) where the victim lives or works and to have no further contact with the victim. Read More

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    WCSAP
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  • Victims of Crimes and “U Visas”

    A U visa or U nonimmigrant status is sometimes given to people who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents and are victims of certain crimes in the U.S. If you or someone in your family (spouse, child, sibling, or parent) is the victim of a crime, you might be able to change your immigration status. You may be able to apply for a U visa. #8124EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
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