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Can a convicted felon who is married to a US citizen and has children apply for legal status to avoid deportation?

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No. In all likelihood if the person already held permanent resident status it would be revoked and he would still be deported. no, but there are waivers available to avoid deportation contact an Immigration lawyer for more information

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