Non-LPR cancellation of removal cases can be extremely challenging and often hinge on the issue of whether or not an applicant’s qualifying relatives will experience “exceptional and extremely unusual hardship” if the applicant is deported. Attorney Okuh recently worked with a client who had three U.S. citizen children, one of whom had a very rare medical condition that required ongoing treatment from specialized medical providers. In addition, although this client did not have any criminal issues during the past ten years that would disqualify him on criminal or character grounds, the judge expressed concerns about conduct during the client’s younger years. By gathering extensive documentary and testimonial evidence and advocating on behalf of her client, Attorney Okuh was able to demonstrate that although he had made some unfortunate decisions in his teens and early 20s, he had radically changed his perspective and behavior and had now become a very supportive and trusted employee, member of his community, father, and spouse. The judge ultimately agreed that he had demonstrated sufficient hardship and was deserving of being granted relief, and so his application for cancellation of removal was approved. He will now be a lawful permanent resident who can remain in the United States to care for his family.