Answers From Knowledgeable Plano Immigration Lawyers
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can cancel the removal proceedings of a foreigner or alien who may be at risk of deportation, if there is compelling enough reason. Have you been given notice of deportation? Whether you are an illegal alien, nonpermanent resident, or a permanent resident, you can petition to stop these proceedings. It first begins when you employ an immigration attorney in Plano at Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, to evaluate your case. To be eligible, nonpermanent residents must meet the following criteria:
- Must have been physically present in the U.S. for at least 10 years before applying
- Must have demonstrated “good moral character” within those 10 years
- Does not have any deportable criminal offenses on record
- Can prove that removal will cause extreme and undue hardship on a family member who is a permanent resident or a U.S. citizen
These are the eligibility requirements for permanent residents:
- Must have been a lawful permanent resident for 5 years
- Must be living in the U.S. continuously for 7 years after given permanent residency status
- Has not committed an aggravated felony
Our Plano immigration lawyers at Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, know removal proceedings and possible deportation is a worrisome and stressful time for you, your loved ones, and your family. That is why it is imperative that you retain our services to counsel you through this matter. Because we have strong familiarity with immigration laws as well as the court system, you stand a much better chance of obtaining a successful outcome.
The Process For Canceling Deportation
First, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) overseeing case, will review the details. Usually, an order of deportation has been placed on the individual. This will be accompanied with the reasons why, such as committing a deportable offense, as an example. If you have been charged with a crime, we can investigate the nature of your case and act in your defense. There are some crimes that may be considered deportable, such as crimes that involve “moral turpitude,” such as fraud, theft, child abuse, rape, or murder. Another possible route to take to halt proceedings is to demonstrate how your deportation will affect your family or loved one, especially if they depend on you financially or rely on you for comfort, care, or companionship. At the next phase, which is the court proceeding, the judge will examine the facts and the circumstances involved. Our Plano immigration attorneys, would handle this matter in the most efficient way possible. Let us ensure that you are properly represented.
We Are Experienced & Caring Attorneys
Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, has a distinguished reputation in the Plano area. As a full-service law firm consisting of counselors, mediators, and trial attorneys, our expertise extends across a vast range of legal services. We work to take the upper hand for our clients, with each and every case. We attack with strength, because we have the experience to support us. Because deportation and immigration laws can be so complex, you must act swiftly. Contact us right away so that we can begin reviewing your case!