· require that abused aliens seeking U visas report the abuse within 60 days of its occurrence,
· require that the statute of limitations has not lapsed on the crime embodied in the abuse, and
· require that the crime embodied in the abuse is actively under investigation or prosecution (Section 802);
· require the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to issue a report on possible fraud in petitions and self-petitions by abused aliens for U and T visas (Section 805);
· repeal the provision in current law that makes it possible for "U" visa recipients to adjust to LPR status (Section 806);
· provide exceptions to confidentiality promised to trafficking victims in order to permit information sharing "for national security purpose[s]" (Section 811);
· require DHS to consider statements made by the abuser in cases where an abused alien is seeking (Section 812);
· and a requirement that the GAO issue a report to Congress on the effectiveness of Section 802 (Section 813).
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