Cancellation of Removal

As a White Plains Cancellation of Removal Attorney, Susan Henner has vast and in depth knowledge of the deportation and removal laws involved within the Immigration and Naturalization Process. One of the many areas in which Ms Henner provides her expertise is in assisting certain permanent residents, and illegal immigrants currently involved in the deportation process. One of the ways applicants can remain in this country is achieved through a process called Cancellation of Removal.
Cancellation Of Removal
Cancellation of Removal can be granted to persons involved in removal proceedings, provided they meet certain criteria. The Immigration Judge hearing the case will review the evidence, and may cancel the removal of the alien and grant an individual permanent residence at the Judge’s own discretion.

Experienced Cancellation of Removal Attorney

Susan B. Henner has over 17 years of experience in the field of immigration law. She helps persons to ascertain whether they meet the requirements necessary to become permanent residents of the United States. For illegal immigrants, to apply for Cancellation of Removal before an Immigration Judge, there are very strict requirements which must be met by the applicant. Some of these requirements may include that the applicant is a person of good moral character and has no criminal background, that s/he has been living continuously and uninterrupted in the United States for a period of over 10 years, and that he or she has a qualifying US or Resident Relative (spouse, child or parent) who would suffered extreme and unusual hardship should the alien be removed from the country. The Immigration Judge will look to any medical issues, hardships, special education, special needs, or other causes of hardship to the US qualifying family members in order to ascertain whether a person qualifies for cancellation of removal.

Cancellation of Removal may also be granted to certain lawful permanent residents facing removal or deportation due to having been convicted of certain crimes. If an individual can establish that he/she has been continuously present in the U.S. as a legal permanent resident for 7 years, s/he has not been convicted of a crime within their first five years of residency, s/he may also be eligible for Cancellation of Removal. Susan Henner works diligently to help individuals achieve the legal status that they deserve.

Should you be detained, or even questioned by ICE, USCIS or U.S. Customs, it is vital that you contact a qualified Immigration attorney like Susan Henner immediately. In addition, Ms. Henner works closely with criminal attorneys to help their clients resolve their cases in a way which may be favorable to help persons avoid removal. After completion of the criminal hearing and a disposition on the criminal matter, an individual is often taken into ICE custody. Ms. Henner will be able to navigate the process with you in order to help detained persons obtain bond and to apply for relief from removal if eligible. Ms Henner will be at your side throughout the entire process, protecting your rights and guiding you through the system.

Ms. Henner has assisted clients by helping them to avoid removal and deportation. Contact her today at 1-888-733-0141 or (914) 358-5200, by email at Susan@sbhenner.com, or use the contact form HERE on her website.