What's the point of the story about the friend and getting caught at the border, and the "scratched out" passport? Are you trying to say that your undocumented alien husband left the U.S. and then was prevented from returning? If that is the question, then the answer is maybe. It would depend on whether or not he had any other grounds to prevent him from returning to the U.S. I would assume that he had lived in the U.S. for more than a year he would be subject to a ten year bar that could possibly be overcome upon a showing of hardship to you and any other family members he may have in the U.S. But the best answer I could give you is to seek out an experienced immigration attorney and have a thorough consultation. There is a lot of information needed to give a good answer. Good luck.
Maybe. We need more facts. Was your husband convicted of the crime? If he did, what was the specific charge and the disposition? What type of drug? Was your husband deported? Where is your husband? If he is in the US, how did he enter?
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I agree that more facts are needed
Consult an immigraiton attorney in your area
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The answer depends on both what exactly happened at the border and what you mean by "scratched out"
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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