Talk to an immigration attorney about various cancellation provisions that you may be eligible for.
- A lawful permanent resident (LPR) staying in Georgia (or any other state) continuously for five years or more can file a motion for cancellation of removal following criminal convictions and seek a second chance. This is applicable to persons who have valid immigration documents and not charged with an aggravated felony.
- A person lawfully living in the United States for 10 years or more and with a good moral character can petition for cancellation of deportation proceeding citing potential exceptional and unusual hardship to family members, who are lawful permanent residents or US citizens.
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