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If you are subject to deportation as an undocumented nonimmigrant, you may apply for a cancellation of removal for non-permanent residents. In general, if you receive a favorable decision to this application, you will be granted permanent residence. To help you present the most effective evidence and documentation to an Immigration Judge, I recommend that you contact a qualified lawyer. Having helped individuals in fighting deportation for many years, I have an extensive understanding of immigration law and the deportation process.
I will take every measure to ensure that your case is presented in the most successful manner possible to give you the best chance for a favorable outcome. In order to apply for this type of cancellation, you must show to the court that you have been residing continuously in the United States for at least ten years, that you have a qualifying relative such as a lawful permanent resident parent, spouse or child, that you have been a person of good moral character during the 10 years of your residence, that you have not been convicted of certain criminal offenses and your deportation will cause exceptional hardship to a qualifying relative.
During the trial, the Immigration Judge will review the evidence presented, weighing all of the factors in your favor as opposed to any negative factors, to determine if you should be granted the application. The factors that will be reviewed include hardship to your qualifying relatives, your family ties and commitment, your history of employment, property, assets, community service, any immigration violations, criminal convictions, and more.
If you are granted a favorable decision, you will be allowed to remain in the United States with your family and also be granted permanent residence. As each case is unique and determined by the Immigration Judge based on its particular merits, it is in your best interests to have the benefit of my experience. I have represented hundreds of clients in these matters and am ready to defend your case so that you can receive the results you desire.
If you are a permanent resident who is subject to removal proceedings (deportation), you may apply for a cancellation of removal as a permanent resident. In general, if you are granted this type of cancellation, you are forgiven the basis upon which the attempted removal was made and your status as a lawful permanent resident is restored.
For legal assistance with your application for this type of cancellation, you should contact me at my offices. As a Houston immigration lawyer who has worked extensively in this field of law, I have represented hundreds of people in cancellation or removal cases. I will work diligently to present your case as thoroughly and effectively as possible to obtain a favorable result.
In order to request this type of cancellation, you must show that you were lawfully admitted to this country for permanent resident status for at least five years, that you have resided in the United States continuously for at least seven years after having been admitted in any status, and that you have not been convicted of an aggravated felony per the immigration laws.
You are eligible for only one grant of this type of cancellation of removal throughout your lifetime. If you're placed in removal proceedings and are eligible for relief, you may apply for this type of cancellation of removal. In the court proceedings that follow, a judge will review the evidence in your favor as well as any negative evidence to determine whether you may remain in the country as a lawful permanent resident. Having an experienced attorney handling your case can make a significant difference in its outcome. That is why I recommend you consult with me so I can advise on how I can help present the most effective evidence.