Having been deported from the US, he will never be allowed into Canada. Those two countries share everything information and database wise. Same could go for the UK. No one can know until he tries . As for the rest of Europe, it will be easier for non-EU, ex Soviet periphery regions, now independent countries and Albania and ex Yugoslavia, except Slovenia and Croatia. Those will not pay attention even to Interpol reports. Your friend will be easily able to bribe them even if discovered, am afraid.
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Probably not. Canada, and most of Europe, have more strict immigration laws than the US when it comes to letting criminals in.
Consult with a Canadian-licensed immigration lawyer ... many have offices in the US and/or use Skype.
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