me and my boyfriend have been wanting to get married weve been together for 7yrs and have two kids but hes been in trouble for domestic violence from a relationship previous to ours and 2 duis and assult with deadly weapon and has been deported 3 or 4 times he is the one that mostly supports us. is there still something i could do so he can stay in the u.s ? because my daughter has been so depressed and angry about him not being with us.
I am sorry to tell you that there is nothing you or he can do to stay in the U.S. becasue of the criminal records and he 3 or 4 times or prior deportation.
You can get married.
But that won't help his immigration problems, if he's already been deported for domestic abuse crimes.
My answer to your question is based on the facts that you provide in your question. Additional factual details about your situation could change my answer completely. The law in inherently uncertain and always subject to change.
Your husband has no legal future in this country. You should plan to relocate to another country.
I agree that he likely has little chance to do anything, I would still recommend that you consult with an immigration attorney. You should make sure you have all of his documents or be willing to wait a long time to get them just to most likely find out there is nothing you can do. I only say it might be worth it "deportation" is a word with a very specific legal meaning and some people get it confused with other things that happen to themselves or others. Also, his domestic violence charges
Can be very bad depending on exactly what section of law he pled or was found guilty of. It is up to
You of you want to spend time and money for a very low chance that there will be something that can be done. Good luck!
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