I was working in USA for 13 years after my visa expired I never left, after 9 year HSI got me arrested I got in the court with HSI with no favorable results for me. After 4 Years I left the country via voluntary departure.
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I don't think so, am afraid, and that for a multitude of reasons. But, don't take my word for it: schedule a private consultation with an experienced attorney to go over your immigration (and other?) history.
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There are several variables at play here. Because you overstayed by many years, there are going to be a time bar against you before you can possibly immigrant again. Please consult with an immigration attorney to go over the specifics and discuss your possible options.
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How long ago did you voluntarily depart?
You probably need to count 10 years from that date before you can return to the US.
Talk to an attorney in private via Skype.
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