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DID YOU QUALIFY TO CANCEL MY DEPORTATION?

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.

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