Cancellation of removal under the 42B law
It gives you the possibility to obtain a permanent residence if you are in deportation proceedings under the immigration court. This law gives you a work permit during your proceedings and a valid Social Security number. Under Arizona law, you will be able to get a driver’s license with your work permit.
To qualify for this immigration option you must prove the following to an immigration judge:
- Physical presence in the United States for 10 years or more
- Have a close relative who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident: Children under 21 years of age, spouse, parents
- Good moral conduct
- You must show that your family member would suffer exceptionally and extremely if you were deported.
- Demonstrate to the judge that you deserve a favorable discretion decision in your case
Cancellation Of Removal Under 42A
It gives a permanent resident one last chance not to lose his or her permanent residence and be deported. This immigration option is only offered once, and you have to prove the following:
- You have been a permanent resident for five years or more.
- You have seven years of continuous residence in the United States.
- You have not been convicted of an aggravated felony.
If you have lost your case before the immigration court, DTB Inmigrante LLC can help you appeal your case to the court of appeals. During the appeal, your work permit will remain current, and the firm can renew it.
Did you know that being a member of a church is a very favorable detail in your case? Demonstrating your intention to rehabilitate and change is a vital key to your immigration case. Usually being part of a congregation or community group speaks very well of you.
The legal professionals at DTB Inmigrante LLC can guide you through your deportation proceedings, and attorney Linda Frayre represent you vigorously before the immigration judge. Your chances increase when you are represented by a lawyer who is honest, experienced and effective and who will fight for you every step of the way.