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.
There is little chance that a person convicted on drug charges and deported will be allowed to return to the United States. There could possibly be compassionate reasons for a return, but it is unlikely.
I suppose you can..as long as you havent been deported from canada..or have any felonies there...
mind your own business and move on.
Yes. Two things might happen, either the parent will be deported with the child also being deported (with the ability to return when they are adult) or else the ICE (INS) will grant leave for the parent to remain until the child is 18.
No, and I believe that's permanent.
No. If you come back after being deported, but the green card isn't expired yet, you will, again, be deported (which will not look good on your part being deported twice).
You would need a waiver to excuse the deportation, which are difficult to get. Note that if you were deported for crimes, that some crimes will permanently bar you from entry into the U.S.
the answer is almost no chance. he was deported under us law and almost no way can the law be changed
I would like to know this same thing.
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.
im marryin an immigrant who has felonies in the united states is there any way he can stop from being deported?