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Can deported father return to US to donate kidney to daughter

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My father was deported back in 2007 after spending nearly 17 years in federal prison. In 2009 I learned that I was in end stage renal failure and needed a transplant. I have been on the list for about 8 years. I wanted to know who I would or could contact about getting my father over here to possibly donate me a kidney or to get the workup to at least see if he is a match??

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the work up can be done with him out of the country. so zero chance there.

if he is a match i would think there is a decent chance depending on what his crime was and if you are a usc. though it would be wise to explore the option of you going to him if you are a match.

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