You may be eligible to have your deportation canceled under section 240A (b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). To qualify for this benefit, you must establish at a hearing before an Immigration Judge that:
(1) Prior to the service of the Notice of Appearance, you have continued to maintain physical presence in the United States for ten (10) years or more, and has been a person of good moral character, as defined in section 101 (f) of the INA during said period;
(2) You have not been convicted of a crime covered by sections 212 (a) (2), 237 (a) (2), or 237 (a) (3) of the INA; and
(3) Your deportation would result in exceptional and extremely unusual hardships for your qualified family members and you deserve a favorable exercise of discretion in your application.
Qualified Relatives are: Spouses, parents or children, United States citizens or lawful permanent residents.