Our Immigration attorney in Orlando, Florida may be able to help you with cancellation of removal proceedings initiated against you.
Our Orlando immigration lawyer may be able to obtain a Cancellation of Removal for Permanent Residents who are already residents but may have been convicted of a particular crime. Many times permanent residents are placed in deportation proceedings by the Department of Homeland Security because they are alleged to have violated the terms of their status under the Immigration and Nationality Act. These reasons can be felony or misdemeanor convictions, immigration fraud, employment issues, abandonment of residency, deportation orders, and failure to comply with a voluntary departure order. However those who have already become permanent residents may have a defense to prevent their removal from the United States. Our immigration attorney in Orlando, Florida may be able to assist those who have been an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence for not less than five years; have resided in the United States continuously for seven years after having been admitted in any status; and have not been convicted of any aggravated felony, may be eligible for cancellation of removal. This relief can only be granted by the immigration Judge and is very difficult to prove. Should you find yourself in deportation proceedings you should contact an experienced Orlando immigration lawyer to assist you.
Our Orlando immigration lawyer may be able to help even if you are not a permanent resident.
Cancellation of Removal for non Permanent Residents is available to those who have entered the United States of America illegally, but have United States Citizen family members. Our Orlando, Florida immigration may be able to help those non-permanent residents who have been in the United States for ten years; have United States Citizen children and/or spouse; and can prove extreme and unusual hardship to the United States Citizens in their immediate family, should they be deported. Cancellation of removal for non permanent residents is granted by the Immigration Judge, and the Orlando immigration attorney must prove hardship to their immigrant client’s spouse or child in the event of their deportation. These cases require your Orlando immigration lawyer to present a great amount of evidence and typically involve extensive litigation. Therefore, it is important that you seek an aggressive and experienced US immigration attorney to seek this type of relief.
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