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IJ Granted Cancellation of Removal to Our Non-LPR Client

On March 9, 2010, an immigration judge granted "Cancellation of Removal" to a non-permanent resident client of Lin & Valdez and hence ended a four-year-long legal journey of our client.


Our client in this case is a Chinese female who came to the US almost 20 years ago.  After coming to the US, she married a man who did not have a legal status either; together they have three daughters.  Unfortunately, the couple divorced four years ago.  Upon their divorce, sadly to our client, the husband refused her to have any contact or visitation with the two daughters who was living with the husband.  He also would not allow the daughter who lived with the mother to visit her two sisters.  Eventually, the man moved away to another state with the two girls living with him.  The parents’ separation and the moving away of the father with the two sisters wrecked havoc to the only daughter living with the mother and caused tremendous anxiety to her. 


About four years ago, the client who lived in Georgia contacted Lin & Valdez.  Initially, she thought she could only apply for asylum as a relief in the immigration court on the ground of violation of birth control policy of her country.  However, after reviewing the facts, Attorney Stewart Lin convinced her to adjust the trial strategy by applying for cancellation of removal in priority and leaving asylum as an alternative relief.  


After years of waiting, our client appeared in the court and testified for her daughter on March 9, 2010. For the trial we also presented the daughter’s medial record to support the facts and our argument that the removal of mother will necessarily cause exceptional and unusual hardship to the daughter.  Despite of the vehement opposition from the government, the Court eventually granted the permanent residency on cancellation of removal. 


 Attorneys at Lin & Valdez have represented hundreds of aliens in all kinds of proceedings in immigration court. We have won countless cases for all kinds of relief, including asylum, withholding of removal, the different types of waiver cases, and adjustment of status in the immigration court.  We have being representing clients in all immigration courts of Texas and Louisiana and have represented clients in immigration courts in States like Michigan, California, etc.  For bonding, or relief-seeking in the immigration court, please contact us immediately.  As we have always said, the help you need is just a click away!

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