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.
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.
I suppose you can..as long as you havent been deported from canada..or have any felonies there...
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).
No, and I believe that's permanent.
mind your own business and move on.
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
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?
He can marry the US citizen but he won't gain citizenship through her n he will still b deported.
I would like to know this same thing.
Apply for a visa. It will either be granted or denied.
Yes. But they cannot return to the US to go fetch them. They would need someone to send it to them.
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.
Of course! Being married does not affect one's legal status, even a legal alien can be deported for criminal activity.
They apply for a visa. Because they were deported, there may be fines and a long waiting period (3 to 5 years).
It all depends on the crime for which they were deported. Certain deportations come with a life long ban from entering the US whereas you may be able to get a waiver in some cases.
my dad was deported 4 times. and as of 2004 he is a citizen.
you can go but get ready for a life change
Legaly, NO. The mere act of being in the US illegally means that if caught, the illegal alien will be deported. Marriage and children do not change the rules. Depending on rulings of the Immigration Court involving custody, the children also may be deported. However, once deported, the alien can apply, at his countries US embassy, for LEGAL entry into the US, a green card, and other ways of being reunited with his (I assume Legal US Citizen) Family. There will be fines, starting at $1,000 that will have to be paid before making the applications.
The answer depends on the reason he is being deported. Also if the couple can prove to an immigration judge that the marrige is real.
US Citizens can't be deported from the US. Any alien can be deported.