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My sister in law husband wad deported a few years ago and he has kids in USA but they still gave him the ban so I don't think that will make a difference(My daughter is almost 2 weeks I can only imagine the pain of your child not having his/her father)

What did the person do to get banned???


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You could file for ''Extreme Hardship'' I-601 and I-212, since there seems to be your child and your wife involved?

But I doubt that they would pardon your offense...

As LionlessDeon has recommended, you should contact a experienced immigration lawyer.


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reentering while on deportation means that there isn't a chance of relief for 10 years , but 2 crimes makes it doubtful that you will get a waiver unless you become a perfect citizen ( of your home country )


This will not be over quickly. You will not enjoy this.

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It's possible to get waiver for a lifetime ban.

Getting the waiver depends on 1) the reasons you were deported, and 2) an extreme hardship that an Immediate Relative would suffer if a visa was not granted.

Your case is definately not a DIY. You need a good immigration attorney who has experience with waivers.

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Sounds like 9 C, lifetime ban waiverable after 10 years.


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I think you are on the wrong forum. You entered illegally got deported then entered again and then got caught drunk and driving which is a felony and you want us to find yo ua loop hole because there is a baby involved, I'm sorry but i don't feel sorry for you.

good situation or not, proper advice could be given for a legal path.

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Border living is quite common in these cases.


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