I lived in the USA since i was 6 spend my whole life there, went to school and was in college when i got deported one year ago , I never signed deportation papers but still got deported, and i have proof of that paper work. I never had problems with the law so i don't have any criminal records, i just go married so what do i have to do now to be able to get forgiveness and go back to my family. My wife has gone to a couple of lawyers and they dot know anything, so please i need help as soon as possible or a lawyer that is willing or can do what needs to be done.
Depends on exactly what happened and the reasons for the deportation.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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Have your wife consult with a few more attorneys and take the deportation paperwork with her.
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