I was given 5 yrs probation I volunteered my removal I turned myself in to my probation office ice took me and kept me to 1 and half months then I was flawn back to Haiti I had a stroke and prostrate cancer my wife is native born citizen can she apply for medical Visa so I can get medical help from America
An attorney would need more information than what you can provide on this forum. Individuals outside the U.S. can seek humanitarian visas by documenting a medical need, providing evidence that a physician in the U.S. will treat it, and proving you can pay for it. However, you might be inadmissible to the U.S. due to criminal grounds, prior unlawful presence, and/or a prior removal. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney to determine if you can apply for a visa and what waivers, if any, would be available to you.
Depends on the crime you were convicted of. Sounds like an aggravated felony. If this is the case, no, you are not entitled to a visa.
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