Not. It is not possible VD does not waive unlawful present. It only allows you to avoid the need of filing I212 and ask for permission to reapply for admission. You need a waiver and for that a qualifying relative, that is a wife or parent who is a USC.
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Unfortunately, you are subject to the 10-year bar under INA 212a9B. Voluntary departure does not take away the bar. In order to apply for permanent resident status, you would need to apply for a waiver, which would require you to show an extreme hardship on your spouse or parent, and your spouse or parent would need to be either a US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident.
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Unfortunately you are subject to the 10 year bar to readmission.
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Under these facts, no. You are subject to a 10 year bar of admissibility. If you lefty in 2010 it will not run until 2020.
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