If you are not a citizen of the United States and you have been living here for a lengthy period of time without legal status, if you are placed into deportation or removal proceedings, you might be eligible for Cancellation of Removal and a green card. Also known at non-LPR (lawful permanent resident) cancellation of removal, you can avoid deportation if:
But even if you do meet all of these criteria for cancellation, it’s possible for an Immigration Judge to decide that they will not approve your application for cancellation. Accordingly, it is important that you consult with an experienced Immigration Lawyer who can advise you and help you present a convincing case before the Immigration Judge so that your chances of remaining in the United States are increased.
It is important to note that Immigration Judges are only allowed to approve four thousand applications for cancellation every year from applicants who are non-permanent residents. Accordingly, you should really consider speaking with an attorney who is familiar with the process so that your application may be processed and approved sooner rather than later.
If you are an undocumented immigrant who has lived in the United States for at least ten years, and the government has placed you into removal proceedings, it’s possible that you may qualify for cancellation of removal. The experienced Immigration Lawyers at Rodriguez Law Firm can help you determine if you meet the requirements for cancellation of removal, and if so, they can help you obtain the best possible results in your case. Contact Rodriguez Law Firm 24/7 via phone in Manassas at (571) 292-1209, or email us for a free consultation or to schedule an office visit.
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