Cancellation of Removal for Both Non-Legal and Legal Permanent Residents
If you have received a Notice to Appear in Immigration Court, you may be worried about how your deportation may affect not only you, but your family members. Keeping families together is one of the main reasons we have chosen to focus our firm’s practice on immigrants and immigration-related issues. We can assist with cancellation of removal for both non-legal and legal permanent residents.
Nonpermanent residents can request a cancellation of removal by demonstrating the following:
- Continuous presence in the United States for 10 years prior to being served with a Notice to Appear Removal.
- Demonstration of good moral character with no disqualifying convictions
Legal Permanent residents must demonstrate:
- Permanent residency for at least five years prior to the application
- Proof of having lived and been lawfully admitted to the country for at least seven years
- No felony convictions of an aggravated nature
Regardless of whether you have a green card or not, our firm is committed to vigorous deportation defenses for our clients. If you or a loved one has received a Notice to Appear in Immigration Court, don’t delay. Reach out to us now for answers to your questions and guidance through the legal process.
Equipped to Assist You With All Aspects of Your Immigration Issues
The process for meeting the appropriate legal criteria for cancellation of removal can seem complex and overwhelming, especially if you are worried about how prior or pending criminal charges will affect the process.
Our firm handles both criminal law and immigration law; we are equipped to assist you with all aspects of your case. Our lead attorney, Anya McLean, also went through the immigration process and she understands many of the concerns that you may have. Her own experience inspired her to enter this area of the law. Her dedication and knowledge of the law will be on your side when you reach out to our law firm for representation.
We believe in working closely with our clients and their loved ones to attain the best possible outcome.We will help you assemble evidence to demonstrate your character, including your good standing in the community, military service, tax history, education, proof of rehabilitation and other details that may help us win your case.