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K-1 Visa for Convicted Felons

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Hello, I am very new to this board! My fiance recently got deported and we are wondering how to get him back into the states. We've been together for almost 6 years and have a beautiful 4 year old (next month) together. He is currently 24 and he has criminal charges back when he was 17 and was convicted as an adult and that was the only time he's ever gotten into trouble. He was put on probation for 5 years and finished within 4 because he paid everything off and was on good behavior. I know that is one of the main reasons why he got deported because of his background, but I was wondering what are all the process besides the k-1 visa to getting him back. How would I approach on getting a pardon for him to come back? And how long does it normally take? I hope you can answer some of these questions and concern I have because I might be pregnant with our 2nd baby! And yes, I am in the process of looking for an immigration lawyer, but it's very hard because I'm the only one working and paying the bills.

Oh I forgot to add.. I was born in the U.S. and so is my son, but my fiance has been in the states since he was 2 years old.

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What was he convicted for. Why did they deport him. Very important questions to give you a better answer.


"It is Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all" - Some smart dude

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