You first arrived in the U.S. at an unknown date, in unknown status. You left in 2008,. You tried to come in 2010, possibly with a visa, or possibly illegally, and you were turned back. What is your question.
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You need to specify when (date) you entered and how you entered (with visa etc.)
Further it would be helpful if your clarified whether you left in 2008 tried to reenter at a later date and was turned back. Or whether you tried to enter in 2008, was turned back and left.
Also, what was the reason provided why you were denied entry?
Natalie Hall, Esq.
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