If you find yourself in removal proceedings, deportation proceeds. One of the ways that you can get relief is through cancellation of removal. Cancellation of removal will allow you to apply for permanent residency in the court hearing if you’ve been in the United States for 10 years and you’re a person of good moral character and you have a qualifying relative.
Qualifying relative must be an immediate family member. That immediate family member must experience exceptional, extremely unusual hardship, which is a fairly high standard. As a result, I would strongly urge you to hire an attorney to help you. Our office has a lot of experience in cancellation and we would be more than happy to evaluate your case. These are not easy proceedings. They’re very important because if you don’t win, you will find yourself deported. So you have to be the best at the shot you have. Because you only have one chance of cancellation and you will find yourself ordered deported if you don’t win, it’s very important that you do it correctly and it’s important to have an experienced attorney with you.
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