Success Story

F.L. had lived in the United States for twelve years. After his second conviction for driving under the influence, he was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Through Karen’s representation, FL demonstrated to the Immigration Judge that his two United States citizen children, who suffer from asthma, would experience hardship if he were deported. FL was promptly released from immigration detention and awarded a green card.

If you are in removal proceedings, you may be eligible for a green card if you meet the following requirements

  • You have lived in the United States for ten years or more
  • You have not committed certain serious crimes
  • Your deportation would cause extreme hardship to your spouse, children, or parents who are U.S. citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents

Attorney Karen Atzert has extensive knowledge and experience in assisting individuals through the cancellation of removal process. From gathering evidence on your behalf to preparing you for trial, Karen will ensure that your cancellation of removal case is expertly presented to the immigration judge.