Easy Visa Immigration Attorneys

405 N. Maclay Avenue , 2nd Floor, San Fernando, CA, 91340

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Cancellation of Removal

for Permanent


If you are legal permanent resident (LPR) of the United States have been convicted of certain crimes or broken other immigration laws, and ICE has placed you into deportation proceedings, you may be eligible for Cancellation of Removal for LPRs. 

In order to qualify, you must prove that 

  1. You have been a Legal Permanent Resident for at least the last five years before being placed in removal proceedings;

  2. You’ve been in the United States with some form of legal status for at least seven years, without committing certain offenses or being put into deportation proceedings; and 

  3. You have not been convicted of an “aggravated felony.” An aggravated felony usually means any conviction with a sentence over one year, but there are many exceptions.

There are also many discretionary factors that an immigration judge takes into account, so it is important to consult an attorney to evaluate your case.

Immigration Attorneys In San Fernando

To contact us, call us at (818) 641-5556 or fill out the form below.

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