Hire a US immigration attorney either here or in Mexico. He may qualify for a waiver but oyu will need to be married first.Ask a similar question
You should speak to an immigration attorney who practices US immigration law. Whether you choose one in the US or in Mexico depends on which would make you most comfortable and enable you most ease of access and communication. Your attorney will also help you to obtain a copy your fiance's immigration file so you can know if there are any other issues that need to be dealt with besides his previous unlawful presence and deportation.
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