Houston Cancellation of Removal Lawyer
Helping Clients Fight Deportation and Change Their Status
If you are a lawful permanent resident or nonpermanent resident of this country who is threatened by deportation, you may be eligible for a cancellation of removal. Through this process, you may be able to legally change your status from that of an alien who is “inadmissible” (deportable) to one who is a lawful permanent resident which will eliminate the threat of removal.
You must meet certain requirements to take advantage of this process. Even if you are eligible, it will be up to the discretion of the immigration judge whether or not you will be granted this remedy. For the best chance of a successful outcome, it is vital that you are represented by an experienced immigration attorney.
You will find such an attorney at Galaviz Law Firm. We are devoted to helping immigrants in every type of immigration matter. We can examine the the facts of your situation to present the strongest, most convincing case to the judge.
For legal assistance with removal from the U.S., contact our Houston cancellation of removal attorney at (713) 597-5642 or reach out to us online.
Requirements for Lawful Permanent Residents
The requirements for obtaining a cancellation of removal differ for lawful permanent residents and nonpermanent residents.
If you are a lawful permanent resident, you must meet the following:
- You have been a lawful permanent resident for at least five years
- You have lived in the U.S. continuously for at least seven years after being admitted under any status
- You do not have a criminal record of any aggravated felony
If you are a nonpermanent resident, you must meet the following:
- You have lived continuously in the U.S. for at least 10 years in the period preceding your application
- You have maintained a good moral character during that time
- You have not been convicted of certain crimes as outlined in immigration law
- Deportation would cause undue hardship on your spouse, child(ren), or parents who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents
Cancellation of removal is also available in other specific circumstances, such as for those who have endured physical abuse or extreme cruelty. To determine if you qualify as per above or in any other circumstance, you should consult with our immigration attorney.
We Fight for You & Your Future
At Galaviz Law Firm, PLLC, we understand how deeply important it is to remain united with your family and in the home you have established. We urge you to take advantage of our experience and commitment to immigrants facing any type of immigration issue.
Phone our firm at (713) 597-5642 to discuss your case today.
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Charge Reduced Released on Bond
Judge grants a reasonable bond after proving client was not subject to mandatory detention for previous criminal history.
Charge Reduced Removal Defense / Adjustment of Status
Case terminated and Lawful Permanent Resident status granted for the wife of U.S. Combat Veteran.
Case Dismissed Arrested for Possession of Marijuana
Arrested for possession of 1,300 pounds of marijuana and in danger of deportation.
Lawful Permanent Resident Keeps Green Card Possession of 862 Pounds of Marijuana.
Client was arrested and convicted of Possession of more than 800 pounds of Marijuana in the Rio Grand Valley, and sentenced to several years in State Jail.
Lawful Permanent Resident Keeps Green Card Medicaid Fraud - Loss was more than $10,000
Immigration Officials placed Client in removal proceedings because she had previously been convicted of Medicaid Fraud – more than $10,000, which is an aggravated felony.
Lawful Permanent Resident Status Won Alien in Possession of Firearm - Aggravated Felony
Client was arrested and charged in Federal Court for the offense of Alien in Possession of a Firearm – an Aggravated Felony for immigration purposes.
Lawful Permanent Resident Keeps Green Card Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Police Officer
Immigration Officials placed Client in removal proceedings because of a previous conviction for – Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Police Officer.
Charges Dismissed Client Released from Custody Practice Area Removal Defense / Immigration Detention
Accused with 3 DWI charges and in danger of being deported after being a permanent resident for 34 years.
Having parents who have gone through the immigration process, has not only allowed us to be more compassionate and understanding but has also given us a more competitive advantage. Our success rate speaks for itself. We're here to help you.