has been in the U.S. since around 1998. has been arrested several times for DWI's. and has been deported twice. he has 2 little boys and a his partner is a U.S. resident.
Not likely. He should consult with an attorney to see f any options are available.
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The issue is a difficult one given the past order(s) of removal especially. A prior order of removal will usually bar adjustment of status with limited exceptions. The criminal arrests are also a concern. He should seek the advice of a competent immigration attorney preferably who is a member of AILA. Visit http://www.aila.org/ and search for an attorney. The only other possible issue is whether the "partner" is a spouse or not. It is not clear from your question. If a spouse would be able to file a petition for alien relative at least but not clear from your question whether a live-in partner only or married. Seek advice from AILA attorney.
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On the facts provided not likely as he could have triggered a permanent bar. My suggestion would be to first file a FOIA request to obtain a copy of his immigration file. Also get copies of the criminal convictions. Once you have this information a qualified immigration attorney will be better informed to discuss options available. If he needs assistance filing out a FOIA request my office can assist for a nominal fee. Good luck!