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In 1985, he got caught crossing the border in El Paso, TX. He received a deportation order then but never left. He has U.S. Citizen wife(married for 25 yrs) and two kids (U.S. Citizens). It became clear that he can't benefit from I601A provisional. It says on the FOIA paper requested back in 1993 that his sole reason for deportation is for illegally entering the U.S. (no drug, no criminal). Experts explained that we can re-open this deportation case. My questions are.
1. we live in delaware/philadelphia area, do we need a lawyer from nearby? Please recommend laywer for us.
2. based on your experience, is it easy to open the case? likelyhood to win? and how long is the process?forgot to ask. 1.It happened in El Paso, does that mean he needs a lawyer in TX? 2. Would it be very expensive to go through this? could you give some estimate? 3. Other than opening the case, is there abs no way for him to be legal in this country without leaving? 4. since he stayed here for more than 25 years, if he goes back to S.Korea, how long would he be banned from coming back? I cant make a living by myself. This is hear-breaking. Thank you so much for your help.