Our firm can help you successfully filling for possible reliefs for Deportation.
Here is a list of most common possible reliefs:
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA): Applies to certain people who came to the U.S. as children and meet several guidelines may request this form of relief. Those eligible under this form of relief may also obtain work authorization.
- Violence against Women Act (VAWA): Under this form of relief, generally, the applicant must show that he or she has been subject to extreme cruelty by a qualifying relative. Additional requirements must also be met to obtain this relief.
- Asylum: Protection for people who have fled persecution or fear future persecution based on race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular group, or political opinion.
- Withholding of Removal: Similar to asylum, however, does not provide the same benefits. A person granted withholding of removal may stay and work in the U.S.
- Convention Against Torture: There is no particular basis for this form of relief i.e. as in asylum, the fear or persecution must be based on 5 enumerated grounds, however, under CAT, just the torture in itself is enough. If it is "more likely than not" that your home country's government or some group or persons that the government cannot control will torture you, you may get a relief under CAT. Under CAT, you may be eligible to stay and work in the U.S.
- Adjustment of Status: A person may be eligible to adjust status in multiple ways e.g. Immediate relative of a United States Citizen (USC).
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