It depends on why he got deported. Get a copy of the immigration judge's decision and the Notice to Appear and speak to us or a good immigration attorney near you. Deported persons can sometimes come back either through the passage of time or granting of a waiver based on hardship to a US or green card relative. There is even a waiver (212(d)(3)) that can even be used to forgive serious crimes.
Possibly, but it depends on many factors, such as why was he placed in removal proceedings, and other equities. He would also need major waivers. So it is best that you contact experienced immigration attorney to discuss this.
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Maybe. However, it will depend on why he got deported to begin with. If the basis of the deportation was a conviction he may not be permitted back. If there was no conviction or fraud then he should be able to come back but it may be ten or more years. A consultation, in person, with an experienced immigration attorney is suggested.
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