Go to the U.S. embassy or consulate nearest you in your country and ask them, or try applying for a visa, and see what happens.
No, not legally. If a felon is deported, then he has no right to return to the US. He will usually be put in immigration lockup for a long period (during which he has pretty much zero rights) and then deported again. He might have to serve the entire length of his original charge as well as face new charges.
Any time a foreign national has been deported and attempts to return to the United States he/she is guilty of "agravated re-entry" and upon conviction will be sent to Federal prison for a period of not less than 1 and not more than 10 years. * If the question refers to a person who has not been permanently deported, then the answer is yes; the person can, after the required time period has elapsed, apply for legal reentry into the US. A foreign national who was unlawfully present within the US for 12 months or less and is deported is barred from applying for reentry for 3 years. A foreign national who was unlawfully present within the US for more than 12 months and is deported is barred from applying for reentry for 10 years.
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