I would strongly recommend that your friend call an experienced immigration attorney for a consultation. More information is needed in order to determine what is the best course of action for him to obtain a lawful status. good luck.
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Because your friend has apparently been in the United States for so long, it would be very important for him to consult with an experienced immigration attorney, who should thoroughly review his entire immigration history and criminal history (if any), and to determine what is the best way forward. Best of luck.
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He might qualify for the I-601a waiver program .... consult with an attorney.
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To become a US citizen, he must first be a Lawful Permanent Resident. It seems he missed a great opportunity to gain his Green Card given his long marriage and presence in the US. have him meet with an attorney before he misses out on more opportunities.
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