Cancellation of Removal
Are you facing deportation?
For those who may be facing deportation due to an immigration status issue,
consulting with a
Daytona Beach immigration attorney is essential in protecting your rights. At Buckmaster & Ellzey, we have helped
numerous clients with their immigration needs and understand the emotional
impact an order for deportation can bring on a family. Per United States
Code Title 8, § 1229b, there are specific rights you have that our
legal team is well-versed in and that we can use to assist you in cancellation
There are various legal avenues we can seek in assisting you in applying
for cancellation. There are eligibility requirements under § 240A
of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) that must be met, both for
those that are permanent residents and those that are nonpermanent.
For lawful permanent residents, you must:
- Have legal permanent resident status for at least 5 years
- Have resided in the United States for a minimum of 7 years after having
obtained legal residency and prior to receiving the notice of removal
- Have no convictions for aggravated felonies
For nonpermanent residents, requirements include:
- Has resided in the U.S. for a continuous 10 year period prior to receiving
- Has had good moral character throughout that period
- Has not been convicted of any criminal offenses falling under specific
- Any U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family member would suffer
extreme hardship if the person was removed
Daytona Beach Immigration Attorney
Immigration laws are extremely complex and require a knowledgeable immigration
lawyer to navigate the bureaucracy. With such a delicate matter that can
affect your future, trust your legal needs to our caring immigration lawyers
who know the law and how best to achieve the outcome most beneficial to
you and your family.
Contact a Daytona Beach immigration lawyer
when you are seeking a cancellation of removal to avoid a deportation.