An immigration attorney from our law firm has been recognized by the the Legal Aid Society for his hard work, dedication, and results in cancellation of removal proceedings. This attorney obtained cancellation of removal for his clients, which allowed them to stay in the U.S., by taking the time and effort to listen to his client’s stories and using what they had to say to make a compelling argument to the court both in writing and through testimony in court.
Our immigration lawyers believe in working closely with our clients to give them the best possible chance of winning their cases. Immigration court proceedings can be a life changing event in your life. The outcome of your immigration case will have serious consequences because the right to stay, work and live in the U.S. can determine whether families are permitted to stay together.
Immigration court can be very confusing for those not represented by an attorney. An immigration attorney can use his experience to help you provide evidence to the court explaining why you should be permitted to stay. Unlike criminal court proceedings, immigration court is an administrative court and there is no court appointed attorney, therefore you should hire your own attorney.
Legal permanent residents may be placed in removal proceedings if they are convicted of a crime of “moral turpitude.” An immigration attorney can help you determine whether you qualify for cancellation of removal. Once it has been determined that you qualify, the attorney can assist you in building a case on why removal is not appropriate.
Non-permanent residents may also qualify for cancellation of removal, however the requirements are different than for legal permanent residents. Non-permanent residents do not have to be convicted of a crime to be placed in removal proceedings. An immigration lawyer can help you determine your best course of action.
*Past results do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.