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Please advise

My Husband Voluntary deported the U.S Pending a decision of removal proceeding , he stayed in the U.S for over onbe year and left the U.S in 08/2016.

while residing in the U.S I petitioned again for my spouse and petition got approved and he went to the consular interview , after his interview he was found ineligible , under Section 212(a)(9)(B)(ii) .

 

My Question

Do  I have to file the Form I-601 and I-212 together , or I can only file the form I-601 alone ?if I File the I-601 can I later on file I-212 or it is mandotary to file together

 

My Husband was not deported or removed from the U.S , he left the U.S while awaiting for a decision, after we left the U.S he activated the 10 Year bar ,

Does he need to apply for the I-121 waiver and pay the fees?

 

 

I appreciate your feedback

 

Thank You

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