Even lawful permanent residents of the US, or green card holders, can be deported. If you receive a notice to appear before an immigration judge, then removal proceedings have begun against you.
Cancellation of removal is available to both legal permanent residents and non-permanent residents who meet certain conditions and is also contingent on the reason you are facing removal proceedings.
If you are a permanent resident, you may be eligible for cancellation of removal if you:
- Have lived in the United States for at least seven years
- Have been a Legal Permanent Resident for at least five years
- Have not been convicted of an aggravated felony
Retaining the right law firm can have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. Even if there is a final order of removal against you, you may still qualify to stop your removal.
In immigration court, the difference between winning and losing can mean the difference between staying in the U.S. or being forced to leave the country and separated from family.
Our team has the experience and knowledge to assist you in removal proceedings and to fight for your ability to remain in the U.S.
Consult a San Antonio Cancellation of Removal Attorney
If you have received a notice to apear, it is crucial that you contact a knowledgeable immigration attorney to defend you against deportation. We have helped numerous clients over the years to avoid deportation and successfully apply for relief.
Call (210) 739-6070 to schedule a consultation today!
Related Immigration Services:
- Cancellation of Removal and Adjustment of Status for Certain Nonpermanent Residents
- Cancellation of Removal for Certain Permanent Residents
- Motion to Reopen
- Adjustment of Status
- Cuban Adjustment
- Terminate Proceedings
- Voluntary Departure
- Work Permit
- Petition for Alien Relatives
- Consular Process