If you have been charged for criminal activity or overstayed the duration of your visa, you are eligible of face charges of removal if you are in the midst of deportation from the United States. However, cancellation of removal gives you the relief that can sufficiently prevent a removal order from being approved. Although it is not available for all aliens, an immigration judge can administer cancellation of removal, which results in a grant of a green card to an eligible non-permanent resident and green card retention for lawful permanent residents.
If you are facing deportation proceedings and have already been served a Notice to Appear (NTA) by the United States government, you are eligible to apply for cancellation of removal. The process for an individual dealing with removal charges depends on if the alien is a non-permanent resident or a legal permanent resident.
The following are the requirements in order to apply for cancellation of removal:
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