A person with a conviction resulting from a plea or trial for an aggravated felony for certain crimes may be eligible for a waiver under former section 212(c) of the Act. Such waiver, if granted, will result in preventing the loss of residency.

     A lawful permanent resident who has a conviction for a crime that is not an aggravated felony may also be eligible for cancellation of removal in certain circumstances. Contact Kalandarov Law PLLC for your options in such cases.

      If you or your loved one is accused of committing fraud, including marriage fraud, by the U.S. government you may be eligible for a waiver under sections 212(i) or 237(a)(1)(h) under the Act. If you are inadmissible based on health-related grounds you may be eligible for a waiver under section 212(g) of the Act. Grant of this waiver will help you become a lawful permanent resident.

      Each waiver has different requirements and is thoroughly examined by us through a consultation. At Kalandarov Law, PLLC, we handle deportation defense, asylum and withholding of removal and cancellation of removal cases from all parts of the world.

      If you have been physically present in the United States for more than ten years and you have a spouse, parent, or a child who is a lawful permanent resident or a United States citizen, you may be eligible to apply for cancellation of removal for certain non-lawful permanent residents. You must establish that your removal from the U.S. will result in exceptional or extremely unusual hardship to your qualifying immediate relatives. This is a very difficult standard to meet. In order to apply for this form of relief you must be in removal proceedings. If the Immigration judge grants your application, you become a lawful permanent resident. Contact Kalandarov Law, PLLC and we will provide quality representation in your immigration case. CONTACT US FOR FREE A CONSULTATION.