Los Angeles Cancellation of Removal Attorneys
What is the Cancellation of Removal Process?
When an immigrant or foreign national in the United States commits certain types of crimes, they may be subject to removal proceedings which seek to examine whether an illegal alien is subject to said removal for return to their country of origin. Some foreign nationals may qualify for a cancellation of removal, which would halt the removal process and prevent deportation. The United States government will not make a determination as to whether an individual qualifies for cancellation of removal, which is why it is a good idea to seek help from a knowledgeable immigration attorney who can make the proper identification and proceed accordingly in a deportation defense.
Are You Trying to Remain in the United States?
Cancellation of removal is available to individuals who have been designated as lawful permanent residents for at least 5 years, have lived in the United States for at least 7 years in any status type, and who have not been convicted of an aggravated felony. Cancellation of removal is also available to non-permanent residents who have lived in the United States possessing a good moral character a minimum of 10 years, have not been convicted of certain crimes, and can prove that successful removal would result in imminent hardship to the individuals loved ones, including spouses, parents or children.
Call Today for Legal Assistance
The Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles, P.C. has a deep understanding of how the removal process works, as well as any measure that may be taken to halt or even cancel the removal process and allow a foreign national to remain in the United States. Founding Attorney Scott McVarish established a respectable reputation throughout Los Angeles for his hard work, dedication and a genuine concern for the well-being of his clients. He is highly knowledgeable in his field and can act as an advocate for your cause that can guide you through the process in a reassuring way while making sure to meet procedural and other requirements to achieve success.