A person who lost his or her legal status in the United States or has violated U.S. laws can be placed in removal or deportation proceedings. Typically, this is done by issuing a Notice to Appear (NTA).
While in such removal or deportation proceedings, a person has an opportunity to tell the Government why he or she deserves or has a right to remain in the United States.
If you were placed in removal or deportation proceedings, immediately hire a competent attorney.
We have extensive expertise in handling such cases and helped hundreds to avoid being deported from the United States. We will make sure your procedural rights are not violated and your lawful rights of stay are not missed.
Green Card through Cancellation of Removal for Non Lawful Permanent Residents
If you are an individual who has been residing in the United States for a period of 10 years and are an immediate relative of a U.S. Citizen or green card holder, and if your qualifying relative suffers from physical or mental disability, you may be able to obtain a green card in the United States.
Such relief is granted by U.S. immigration courts and the number of green cards is limited. Applicants must fill out and submit Form Eoir-42B, Application for cancellation of removal.
Talk to us to determine whether you are eligible. You must be in removal/deportation proceedings to qualify.
Cancellation of Removal for Permanent Residents
If you were charged with commission or convicted of a crime in the United States, the U.S. Government may attempt to take away your green card and to deport you. However, you may be eligible for cancellation of removal and be able to retain your green card. To do so, you must meet certain criteria and prove to a judge that you deserve a second chance.
Application process requires submission of a Form EOIR 42A, Application for Cancellation of Removal along with supporting evidence.
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