Cancellation of Removal : A Case Study

In order for a person in removal proceedings to qualify for cancellation of removal, he/she must meet the following requirements:

1. Have resided in the US for the past 10 years;
2. Be a person of good moral character; and
3. Demonstrate that certain qualifying relatives would suffer “exceptional and extreme unusual hardship” if the person is forced to leave the US.
Most of the battle in Immigration Court over whether someone is qualified Cancellation Of Removal
for cancellation of removal revolves around the hardship requirement. The hardship must be to a spouse, parent or child who is a US citizen or a lawful permanent resident.

What follows are the legal documents in a successful cancellation of removal case which we prepared for the Cabrera family. After a five-year intensive battle, the Cabreras were granted green cards.


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