It's going to be very hard under the facts site. By his departure, your stepfather triggered the 10 year bar three admission. Please seek a private appointment with a skillful immigration lawyer in your area to discuss available options and their Feasibility.
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It will be very difficult for you step-father to come back. He is subject to a ten year bar. Is his wife a US citizen. Best to consult an immigration attorney.
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As stated above, he triggered the ten year bar when he left. If your mother is a United States Citizen, she may be able to sponsor him but would need the applicable waivers. Please enlist a competent immigration attorney to assist her with the process.
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