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If they do and are picked up even the slightest infringment, they will be tried and found guilty of "agrivated re-entry", that means they came back into the U.S. after they were deported for a felony and given specific instructions to not EVER come back. Once convicted for that crime they will be locked up for 1 to 10 years in Federal prison then deported again. In fact, they don't even need to be found guilty of another crime, they can just get the attention of INS/ICE and they're arrested.

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Is it possible for a convicted felon to return to the us after deportation?

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If somebody is deported from South Africa when will be able to return?

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Leave and return legally before she is caught.


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Can a foreign national who is deported from UK return to UK if so on what grounds?

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Where can I get federal tax return forms?

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Allowed the surviving Chechens who were deported to Asia to return home in 1957?

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If a person is deported will they be able return to the US?

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