I agree with my colleague. The immigration attorney you retained can examine all of the facts of his case and provide him and you with a legal opinion as to what options are available under current immigration law. Any comments we could make would be speculation without knowing all of the facts.
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You should have your immigration attorney assist as they are in the best position to help you.
Alexus P. Sham-The above information is only general in nature and does not constitute legal advice. It does not create an attorney-client relationship.
Listen to your attorney. This will likely turn on your potential eligibility for relief and what a cbp foia says you said when you were interviewed at entry. What were the grounds for your expedited removal and were your rights to due process violated. Then, if you re-enter without authorization, how much of a stomach for detention do you have? Maybe a family member can help you avoid multiple unlawful entries. Also, if you re-enter, you may be subject to federal prosecution for unlawful re-entry. Good luck.