He's from Honduras. He was deported in the state of Washington while comeing from Canada and he did not have proof of documentation. This took place on a train that was entering the U.S.
Please see the answer to your other question.
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It's possible, but you need to have a detailed consult with a good immigration lawyer. There are several bars to immigrating that may apply to him, and this needs to be carefully analyzed by a lawyer who has all the facts. There's also a good chance that, if he can immigrate, he will need a waiver of inadmissibility. These are not always granted and applying for them is a complicated matter that you should not attempt without assistance from a qualified attorney.
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Yes, hire an immigraiton attorney and soon. I know several good ones in Georgia. You can look for them right here in AVVO, by the way.
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