A US citizen may petition their spouse for immigration benefits. However a spouse who has been deported from the United States will require a waiver in order to return. I recommend speaking with an experienced immigration attorney to discuss your options.
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It appears that your husband is inadmissible to the United States. He might, or he might not, be eligible to ask for a waiver, or pardon, of his inadmissibility.
In order to figure out if he is eligible to ask for a waiver, you need to consult with an experienced immigration attorney.
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marrying him may or may not help bring him back. As a citizen or permanent resident you can certainly petition for him but you would need an attorney to review his A-FIle to determine the best course of action.
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You will need to retain a lawyer to review your situation in detail.
US citizens can petition for their spouses to join them in the US, but in situations where the alien spouse has already been deported they will need a special waiver. The waivers are generally difficult to get.