He should be able to leave. He should speak with an experienced immigration attorney before he leaves to evaluate possible options in the future.
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Does he have (or need) a visa to go to Dominican Republic? That's the only possible snafu I see. Otherwise the US wouldn't try to deport someone who is leaving anyway.Ask a similar question
As long as he has a valid passport from his home country, and a visa of his destination country, if he needs one, he will be allowed to board and leave the U.S.
However, he must be aware that he will not be allowed to return to the U.S. for at least 10 years, even if he would have a basis for a visa.
Until he boards his plane in Atlanta, there is a risk that he may be arrested if he gets into a checkpoint by border patrol.
Wolf W. Kaufmann
Southern California Immigration Attorney
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