It is doubtful that he can obtain some form of legal status in the US. Having a felony for domestic violence makes his options almost impossible. His sister can file an I-130 for him but then he will have wait about 12 years before he would be eligible for a green card. He should bring all of his documents to an immigration attorney.
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This is WAY TOO COMPLICATED for an internet blog.
'This person' should pay for a private Skype consultation with a highly experienced attorney.
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I think that this question is too broad and complicated to answer in this forum. You should get all legal paperwork that you have on the case and visit a local immigration attorney here in Texas.
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The first step to fixing this situation is to hire an immigration attorney.
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