Relief from Removal/Other Immigration Relief
Relief from Removal/Other Immigration Relief subcategories:
- Asylum Application Filing Assistance (1/0)
- Convention Against Torture Relief (1/0)
- Deferred Action on Alien Removal (1/0)
- Deferred Enforced Departure Relief (1/0)
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Programs that provide assistance in applying for lasting immigration relief for aliens filing petitions with the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services. Also included are organizations that provide a defense for aliens who are involved in legal proceedings, held in Immigration Court, in which the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement seeks to show that the individual no longer has the right to remain in the United States because they have entered the country illegally, have overstayed their authorized admission, have violated immigration law, have committed a crime, have made a false claim of U.S. citizenship or meet other criteria which constitute grounds for removal. The defense generally involves a specific form of relief from removal, relief from exclusion or relief that applies, by statute, to special classes of aliens.
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