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Special Rule Cancellation for Battered Spouse or Child at INA §240A(b)(2).#EOIR-42B,#Spouse, #Child.

Helps those who have been battered or subject to extreme cruelty by a spouse or parent who is or was a US citizen or legal permanent resident. An example of a fact pattern that does not list every requirement under the law would be a mother or father with three small USC children who was placed in removal proceedings. Legal permanent resident spouse already deported to another country for other crimes. Victim would have lived in the United States for at least three years, had good moral character as in “is not inadmissible [or] deportable” under any of certain enumerated sections of the Act requesting special rule cancellation for battered spouse.


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