A person enter US legaly 16 years ago but he stayed illigaly in US and he left 12 years ago before he was deported himself. His deportation case was dismissed by judge in court because he was not here. If he wants to comback to US with a passport which does not need Visa just to visit, does he need to tell the immigration or he can just get ticket ond come in? Do they check his backround or they do not since he has another citizenship from a country with no need for visa?
I agree with my colleagues. This individual will need some form of visa to enter the country legally. However, if he has a previous removal order it could make his reentry difficult. Have him contact an immigration attorney to do a FOIA request of his entire immigration file before he moves forward.
Gabriela M. Lopez, Esq.
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