You may still qualify for DACA notwithstanding a deportation order. You need to consult with an attorney ASAP.
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You may be eligible for Deferred Action, or other relief. It is hard to tell from what the facts you gave. Please consult with a lawyer.
I am providing this general advice based on the information given and my understanding of that information. This is general advice . This advice is not intended to give a legal opinion. This advice is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. I strongly advise you and your husband to contact a lawyer about the specific facts of your situation.
Consult directly with an immigration attorney in your area. You may be eligible to apply for Deferred Action (DACA) even now.
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The issuance of an notice to appear stops the clock for cancellation of removal. So unless that matter is reopened cancellation of removal is unlikely. It sounds like you meet DACA requirements, particularly if you graduated high school or a GED program and havent been convicted of anything that would disqualify you. To read more on DACA see here
To see if you qualify for something else, go to www.qualifyforlegalstatus.com, answer the questions and get your free report. Either way good luck.