To avoid removal from the U.S., deportation defense may be necessary for personal security. Additionally, deportation defense can help non-citizens in the United States either on a temporary or permanent basis. The services offered by the Law Office of Peter Duong include: Asylum, Cancellation of Removal, U Visa, and Citizenship.
Thousands come every single day to the United States to seek refuge from suffering and persecution in their home country. Asylum applications are provided for those who evidence of a threat to them and their family based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership to a social group. Asylum allows foreign nationals to remain lawfully in the United States indefinitely, apply for work authorization, and, after one year, apply for legal permanent residence.
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Cancellation of Removal
Even if you have no legal status in the United States, you may be eligible for cancellation of removal if you have lived in the United States for at least ten years and you have qualifying relative who is a United States citizen or Lawful Permanent Residents. In order to qualify for cancellation of removal, you must also prove extreme hardship to qualifying relatives. A qualifying relative may be your husband, wife, child, or parent. Please note that certain crimes may make you ineligible for cancellation of removal.
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Relief is also available for those individuals who qualify for a U visa. A U visa is granted only to victims of certain crimes who have agreed to cooperate with law enforcement authority such as the police or the district attorney’s office.
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Becoming a citizen of the United States is determined by applying for a derived citizenship through parents, or it is obtained by applying for a naturalization test. This test includes information on English and civics. Many desire to be citizens of the United States because of this country’s rich legacy of freedom and opportunity.
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