Yes but not through probation or parol. A federal sentence may be reduced under certain conditions based on a motion by either party to correct a sentence, or based on a motion to reduce pursuant to 18 USC 3553 for cooperation.
This is not legal advice. This is merely a recommendation on how to get what you need from the Court.
Seek out an attorney with experience in criminal defense and in immigration. It is possible to get a conviction reduced on a motion to modify or reduce/reconsider the sentence. This motion will be heard in front of the Judge that actually sentenced you. I do not know the facts of the case, but you may have a better shot through the motion to modify sentence rather than the appeal. Plus the appeal will take too long anyways, so that will do you no good.
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You may be deported anyway if tax fraud is a crime of moral turpitude. If you didn't get advice about deportation before you plead guilty, your conviction may be subject to attack via a 2255 motion under Padilla v. Kentucky.
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