What was your status?
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This would depend on a number of things. How were you in the United States previously? Were you ever out of status? Under what conditions did you leave the United States? Under what circumstances were you looking to return to the United States?
Your question is unclear. It would depend on a number of further factors, such as your current status if any, why you left, any criminal history, among other things. An immigration attorney will fully explain to you about the 3 and 10 year bars to reentry for people with unlawful presence previously. You may have triggered these bars depending on your exact situation which cannot be determined from your post.
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It depends on whether you violated status previously and whether you can obtain a visa now.
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Does your question imply you were subject to the 3 year bar ? If you can return depends on wat visa you will be seeking...
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It would be impossible to answer without many more facts about your situation.
What was your status before you left? Why did you leave? How long were you in the US before your departure? Were you deported or removed? Have you committed any crimes? The list goes on.
You should consult with an immigration attorney who can review your situation in detail.