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Suspension of Deportation Proceedings

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Are you at risk of being deported? If so, it may be in your best interest to contact an attorney from our firm who will help you suspend deportation proceedings and keep you and your family in the United States. Under the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act, some nationals of various countries may be able to cancel their deportation proceedings through suspension. In order to be eligible for this relief, you must first qualify by showing proof of eligibility, paying a fee to file your form, and work with an experienced immigration attorney to help ensure your cancellation is met in a timely and efficient matter.

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Robert Brown LLC understands that staying in the United States is important to you and your family, especially if you have been residing in the States for a long time prior to your notice of deportation proceedings. If you fear that you will be forcefully returned to your native country, then do not hesitate to contact our firm as soon as possible. For years, we have been able to successfully adjust the status of our clients or help them receive permanent resident status or naturalization.

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