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Sure they can marry, but no felon from a foreign country can gain legal entry into the United States, much less legal status. They are persona non grata.

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Q: Can a legal permanent resident marry an illegal alien who was once deported after serving time as a convicted felon and if so will the illegal alien be able to gain legal status in the US?
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