Sorry to hear the bad news. Your mom's boyfriend may be able to avoid deportation depending on a variety of factors, such as time in the US, close US citizen family members, and how he entered the US, or status as serious crime victim.
I can tell how important this is to you, so it would make sense to consult with an immigration lawyer experienced in immigration defense. You should do this sooner rather than later, as ICE might transfer him to Arizona if an immigration attorney doesn't enter an appearance before he's transferred.
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Probation is part of his criminal case, not immigration. To find out if there is something you can do for him, you will need to retain an experienced immigration attorney to determine if he is eligible for a defense. Good luck.
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What is his grounds of relief from deportation? What is his immigration status?
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You cannot represent him:unless you are an attorney. An attorney can file a g-28 and start talking about any bond with ICE. A good attroney will review this persons immigration, family and criminal history first to determine whether he might apply to stay in the U.S. before the immigration judge, or even attempt a request for prosecutorial discretion.