My father was in the US for about 22 year before he got deported his 6 children are US citizens and all his family is here in the US he got deported and the gave him deportation with not being able to return to the US this was 7 years ago for past domestic violence they found in his records when he went to jail for fighting a security at a club he was taken by ice and trew his trial that’s were they pulled up the past domestic violence with my mother who was his ex wife. He is suffering from depression and can’t adapt to his life over there due to him not haveing none of his family out there that is now lead to mental issues were he can’t take care of him self and hurts us all as children because he was always a great father. I am 23 years old and want to see if I can fix him papers ?
More information is needed about his criminal conviction and deportation before a meaningful answer can be provided. It is best to consult with an attorney in private for further guidance.
A US citizen may petition for a parent by filing an I-130. He will need a waiver. Consult with an immigration attorney about options.
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