I was in removal proceeding and I filled for cancellation of removal. Cancellation of removal has been denied for the reason that, I did not met Extreme and unusual hardship. Here is my situation; I have 3 children, 2 of my children live with me, and my oldest child (14 years old) live with her mother (my Ex) in which I pay child support. My last born child has been diagnosed with ADHD & currently receiving treatment which includes prescribed medications and therapies. He has to visit doctor's office once a month for evaluation and medicine management in which he get prescription each time he see the doctor, the doctor can only prescribe medications enough for 30 days only. That being said he has to see the doctor each month to get his new prescription and also he receives 2 therapies monthly. The prescribed medications are not available in my country neither the therapies, that means If I have to leave the country with my son he will have to abandon his treatment plan which will cause extreme hardship in controlling his mental illness. I fear about his life without available medical treatment. We filled for the Appeal with the BIA, what should I do if the Appeal get denied?
This looks like you might have an issue with your attorney since this is a strong Cancellation case. I hope you are not using the same attorney for the appeal. There nothing you can do in the US if the BIA dismisses the appeal.
The court order denying the request for cancellation of removal will contain the precise reasons for the lack of extreme and unusual hardship. You can visit with an experienced immigration attorney to assess the basis of your appeal and the possible options depending on the outcome at the BIA including an appeal to the 5th Circuit of Appeals.
I agree with my colleagues. You should find another attorney to handle your appeal.
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