He put the i130 form in to early from what i understand form approved came back illegal re-deported again for how long no idea. Is there any hope of him ever being able to get his green card he also has a brain tumor
There may be a lot that can be done. You need to sit with an experienced immigration lawyer to advise you properly after getting a full immigration history on your husband.
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From what you describe, probably not. But you should definitely speak to an experienced attorney so that the full picture can be seen
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There are no new laws. If you are talking about the provisional waivers, which is a new processing form for an old law, the deportation is a bar to them.
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I would need more details about your husband's case to be able to give a thorough answer.
That said, it is possible to obtain permission to enter the United States on a temporary basis even if an individual is otherwise inadmissible. See: http://bit.ly/VtPUbE
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