Documenting the Case
As you work with your client, you will put together extensive evidence in support of his or her non- LPR cancellation application. The materials on this page will guide you through how to document your client’s case.
This article on non-LPR cancellation provides practical advice for attorneys on how to develop a claim of “exceptional and extremely unusual” hardship, including a list of questions to ask a client that may be helpful in building their case.
This guide, originally prepared for pro se respondents, goes over the basics of non-LPR cancellation, from preparing and submitting the application through to the removal hearing.
This report provides an overview of the major immigration consequences of criminal activity. It provides a good starting point for practitioners new to this area.
If you are a volunteer attorney working on a case with the Immigration Justice Campaign, find out how to get individualized help with your case.