Texas Wesleyan Law Review
Family Unity for Permanent Residents and Their Spouses and Minor Children: A Common Sense Argument for Revival of the “V” Visa
This Comment argues that the V visa should be revived for the overall promotion of family unity in our immigration system. First, it examines the unique situation of spouses and minor children of U.S. permanent residents. Next, it addresses the current V visa legislation- its history and purposes, how it operates, and why it is currently of little practical value. This Comment then suggests possible remedies, and in particular, argues for the revival of the V visa for humanitarian, economic, and practical reasons.
Wim van Rooyen,
Family Unity for Permanent Residents and Their Spouses and Minor Children: A Common Sense Argument for Revival of the “V” Visa,
Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37419/TWLR.V15.I1.8