My husband was deported 2 years ago for 2 possession charges. I was able to hire a criminal defense attorney and his most recent charge (2005) was vacated because he wasn't advised pleading guilty would lead to his deportation. Our lawyer is now wanting to expunge the first charge( separate occasion in 2003). I am wanting to hire an immigration attorney to bring him back!! is this even possible? We have 3 children together.
Criminal Defense Attorney
This question is best asked of an immigration attorney. Best of luck.
Personal Injury Lawyer
Based upon what you have stated, yes it may be possible. It would be difficult.
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