It depends on how long you overstayed. You will have a bar to entry of 3 years or 10 years. No tourist visa during that time. Need more facts.
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Unfortunately they will refuse to issue you one, based on your past immigration history.
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You can apply but it won't be granted. You may be eligible for a waiver.
I agree with my colleagues. You will need a waiver when you apply. It is best to have an attorney help you prepare the documentation.
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You are barred for 10 years from coming to the United States. It is unlikely that a Section 212(d)(3) waiver will be granted.
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