In a hunch the answer would be no. Sometimes it may depend so entire record needs to be reviewed for a more detailed answer
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There is no way, am afraid.
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From the facts you present, it does not appear promising. However, you should consult with an experienced Immigration Attorney who can examine the facts if the case and advise you accordingly.
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I agree with y colleagues. Second degree murder is very hard to overcome, if not impossible. You will need an experienced attorney and even then there is no guarantee that he will be able to get a green card.
It is very unlikely, however, you should consult with an immigration attorney to review the conviction records and make a complete assessment for you.
I agree with my colleagues that it is more unlikely than likely that he can return back to the U.S. after the 2nd degree murder conviction.
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