Sorry ... the answer most likely is no.
Meet with an attorney.
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Please consult with an immigration lawyer, so he/she can evaluate the facts and determine whether your sister-in-law has a chance to get a cancellation of removal (assuming removal proceedings will commence).
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Not based on the information you have provided. Seek a consultation with an immigration attorney to see if there are any options available.Ask a similar question