Cancellation of Removal (Nonpermanent Resident):
Case #1: We represented a noncitizen from the Bangladesh, who enter with a B-2 tourist visa nearly 25 years ago and overstayed in the United States. He was married to a U.S. citizen and filed various immigration petitions – all denied. He was placed into removal proceedings in immigration court. He had no criminal conviction. We presented the immigration court with evidence of his eligibility for cancellation of removal as a non-lawful permanent resident based on his 10 years residency in the U.S., his good moral character and the extraordinary and extremely unusual hardship his U.S. citizen spouse would faced if he was removed to Bangladesh. We argued our client was eligible for cancellation of removal as a non-lawful permanent resident. The immigration court judge agreed and granted relief. Our client is now a lawful permanent resident. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
Cancellation of Removal (Lawful Permanent Resident):
Case #2: Our office represented a lawful permanent resident who had pled guilty to a domestic violence. He was being held at an immigration detention facility and was facing removal/deportation proceedings in the immigration court. We represented him and filed an application with the court for cancellation of removal and conducted both his master and individual hearings. The immigration judge granted the application for cancellation of removal and the removal/deportation proceedings were terminated. Our client retains his lawful permanent resident status and will be filing for U.S. citizenship very soon. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
Case #3: A client from the Netherlands was a lawful permanent resident charged with two possessions of marijuana (under 20 grams) and was a lawful permanent resident for over 30 years. Returning from his honeymoon trip to Bahamas, the client was stopped by immigration and charged as inadmissible. We successfully argued he was eligible for cancellation of removal and a lawful permanent resident. The immigration court agreed and the removal or deportation proceedings were terminated. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.