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There's not information to answer this question. We don't know where you are, what kind of deportation order t is, why you were ordered deported, etc. you need a private consultation with an attorney.
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It depends. retain an attorney who can review your immigration history. What happened before (the deportation order) will be essential in determining what can be done in the future to help you.
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You should seriously talk to a lawyer.
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Impossible to say. Some possibilities 1) motion to reopen, 2) appeal, 3) waiver. In any event you will need to retain an immigration attorney to have any chance of success at any of these or to determine whether you qualify.
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You need to provide more information.
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There are certain types of questions that can be simply answered on Avvo, while there are others that require considerably more analysis. For this particular question, you need to provide additional details concerning the specifics of your situation. An Order or Removal is very serious. Being married to a U.S. citizen does not necessarily get you out of hot water. You owe it to yourself to contact a lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues. Posting questions on Avvo is not the answer. If you appreciate the time spent preparing this answer, kindly consider marking it BEST ANSWER or HELPFUL. Also, please be sure to read my disclaimer below. Good luck to you.
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The answer to your question will depend on a number of different factors, one of the most important being why you were ordered deported in the first place. Additionally, how long ago the deportation ordered was entered. As an alien ordered deported you had the right to appeal the deportation order to the Board of Immigration Appeals but it is unclear from your facts if that ever happened.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the specific facts of your case, advise you of the options available, and recommend how best to proceed.
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