Deportation/Removal Cancellation

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Lewis Law P.A. Immigration Attorney

Cancellation of Removal or Deportation

Facing the possibility of removal or deportation is a very real worry for any individual who is not a permanent citizen of this country. Though an individual may be placed in removal proceedings for a number of reasons, it is very important to know that one can take legal action to cancel these proceedings. If you would like to take legal action in response to removal proceedings, it is absolutely essential that you hire a Fort Lauderdale immigration attorney to handle your case. A skilled and knowledgeable attorney will be able to address this threat of removal and assist you in successfully attaining a Cancellation of Removal.

Requirements for Cancellation of Removal

Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) as well as non-lawful permanent residents (non-LPR) can apply for a Cancellation of Removal only if he/she meets a number of requirements:

  • Been a lawful permanent resident for at least 5 years or has been physically present in the US continually for at least 10 years.
  • Has not been convicted of an aggravated felony or any other deplorable crimes.
  • Has been an individual of good moral character.
  • Can show that removal or deportation will result in extreme hardship for a spouse, parent, or child who is a permanent US citizen.

Immigration Lawyer On Your Side

At Lewis Law, P.A. we know how troubling and difficult it is to face removal proceedings. Our firm has a wealth of experience helping clients successfully apply for Cancellation of Removal. When it comes to seeking a Cancellation of Removal, do not entrust your future to lesser counsel. Go with a firm with experience and a proven knowledge of the laws and processes involved with Cancellation of Removal.

Getting Help

If you have been denied naturalization, and are thinking of filing an appeal, you need the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney who can help you figure out the reason for the denial and develop a strategy for going forward.