I-191. However, it is important to supplment the form with supporting documentation and evidence to establish eligiblity.
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In addition to what has already been stated, you will also want to make sure your father's case is evaluated for any previous immigration law violations that could impact his case. This goes for criminal convictions as well if he has any.
In general, there is no immigration risk or consequences to appearing in criminal or civil court. The consequences will be much greater if he fails to appear. Usually, Immigration Customs Enforcement officers do not apprehend individuals appearing in court for a civil or criminal matter. It is likely that he will be subject to a fine in order to resolve his case. Only if he is sentenced to time in jail or taken to a police station could he run the risk of being transferred to immigraiton...
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There are very strict guidelines for applying for TPS. Entering the U.S. on a visa (B-1 or other) is not a requirement. Eligibility depends on what country you are from and the deisignated registration period and/or the re-registration period. In order to apply after the inital registration period closes one of the following conditions must have existed during the initial registration period for the most recent designation for your country: You were a nonimmigrant, were granted voluntary...
In order to apply for a fiancee visa he must be outside the U.S. He also needs to apply for an I-212 waiver for his previous deporation. However, if he departs the U.S. to apply for a fiancee visa or any other type of visa he will be subject to a 20 year bar (for his unlawful presence in the U.S. and returning in violation of his deportation) and be kept from returning to the U.S. legally unless the government grants him permission to do so based on extreme hardship.