These are issues that need to be addressed by her lawyer, if she has one, if not it is advisable to retain one.
Not sure how your friend would have a citizenship application pending and be in deportation proceedings and eligible for cancellation. He needs to have a residency status first.
It is hard to understand the facts you posted. However, a motion to advance a hearing may be filed and if the Immigration Judge has an earlier date for a final hearing, the hearing can be advanced. Most Immigration Judges have full calendars. I recommend that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney to properly evaluate your case. If as you state, something got approved and it is grounds to ask for the removal proceedings to be terminated, a motion to terminate can be filed right away. Good luck.
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I agree with my colleagues. These issues need to be examined by an experienced immigration attorney who can advocate on behalf of the person to the court and to the DOJ attorney. Immigrant judges in Florida have complete calenders, but if both parties argee on a stitulation motion it usually is easy to get a Judge's time.
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