Cancellation of Removal

For Legal Permanent Residents

Legal permanent residents – green card holders – may face the threat of removal from the United States if convicted of certain criminal activities. You may qualify to stay in the United States if you have been an LPR for not less than five years, have resided in the United States for not less than seven years and have not been convicted of a felony. Our experienced attorney can help you determine if you qualify. Together, you can develop the best legal strategy to win your case and remain in the United States.

Facing an Immigration Court judge can be intimidating and difficult for immigrants with limited English speaking skills. With an experienced immigration attorney by your side, you can fight for your rights with confidence. No one should have to face court alone.

For Non-Legal Permanent Residents

If you are currently in removal proceedings before the Immigration Court and have been residing in the United States for more than ten years, our attorney may be able to help you avoid removal from the United States. To qualify, you must have been a person of “good moral character” while living in the U.S, not have been convicted of certain crimes, and must be able to demonstrate that your U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident spouse, parent, or child will suffer “exceptional and extreme hardship” if you are deported. You will need the assistance and support of an experienced attorney to help present your case to the Immigration Court judge.

Facing an Immigration Court judge can be intimidating and difficult for immigrants with limited English speaking skills. With an immigration attorney by your side, you can fight for your rights with confidence.

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For further information or questions please schedule a consultation in our Alexandria, Virginia office.

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