There are few things more stressful for an immigrant that facing deportation proceedings and potential removal. Cancellation of removal is not simple or straightforward and it is highly recommended that you hire an experienced immigration attorney to assist you in deportation proceedings. U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services describe cancellation of removal as follows, “A discretionary benefit adjusting an alien’s status from that of deportable alien to one lawfully admitted for permanent residence. Application for cancellation of removal is made during the course of a hearing before an immigration judge.” If you successfully win your cancellation of removal a judge will grant you an immigration bond. It is important to understand that, just like many other types of immigration cases, this is complex and individuals must meet certain requirements to be eligible for an immigration bond.
U.S. Department of Justice Cancellation of Removal Qualifications
At Alcock Law, we cannot stress strongly enough the importance of hiring an attorney if you are facing deportation hearings and want to apply for cancellation of removal. The burden of proof that you should be granted an immigration bond is on you and if you do not successfully supply the necessary evidence, you will likely be deported. The legal requirements and navigating immigration court can be very confusing and missing even one document could lead to an unfavorable outcome. At Alcock Law, we understand the law and have represented many individuals in their cancellation of removal deportation hearings. We can help you complete all necessary paperwork, file in a timely manner, and present the necessary evidence to the immigration judge that you should be granted cancellation of removal and an immigration bond that will allow you to stay in the United States.
Here at Alcock and Associates our team and staff are dedicated to helping and representing YOU. The first step is to understand your case. We will take the time to get to know you and your legal situation so that we are best able to answer all of your questions. After your initial consultation with our attorneys, you will know what you are facing and what can happen to your case.
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