Cancellation of Removal

How to Avoid Deportation

If you are facing deportation, you need to talk to one of the experienced immigration lawyers at Nalbandian Law. We’ll give you an expert analysis of your situation and determine whether you are eligible for the Cancellation of Removal process or if you should file for a different type of relief from deportation.

When you appear in immigration court, you’ll need to have complete, accurate documentation to convince the judge that you are a worthy candidate for cancellation of removal. The truth is, most lawyers don’t document cases like yours properly or thoroughly. Sadly, as a result, aliens get deported because their attorneys left out one or more documents from the case that the judge wanted or needed in order to be able to grant cancellation of removal.

Fortunately, our lead immigration attorney Sassoun A. Nalbandian and his legal team know exactly what the judge will be looking for. So we carefully prepare your documentation and make sure that every important fact and detail that tells your story is presented properly and professionally.

There are two types of Cancellation of Removal (COR):

  1. Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) – If you can show you have seven years in any status after lawful admission into the United States and five years here as a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR), you are eligible to keep your green card and avoid deportation. There are certain bars to cancellation of removal. We will assess your criminal history, the facts of your case and ties to the U.S., and let you know your chances. We have won nearly 100%* of our LPR cancellation of removal cases over the last decade and a half.
  2. Non-Legal Permanent Resident (Non-LPR) – If you have 10 years in the U.S. without being placed in removal proceedings and can document extreme and exceptionally unusual hardship to a U.S. citizen or Legal Permanent Resident (parent, spouse, or child under 21), you may be eligible for cancellation of removal.

Schedule a Consultation Today!

Call Nalbandian Law today, (818) 244-0310, or contact us online for a consultation with one of our expert Cancellation of Removal lawyers. We’ll review your situation and explain how we’ll make sure you have the best possible chance of winning your Cancellation of Removal case and continuing to live and work in the United States.

*Approval rates do not guarantee future approval of your petition. No attorney can ethically guarantee any outcome. Always consult with a licensed competent immigration attorney such as the experienced immigration attorneys at Nalbandian Law before filing your case.