The best course of action is to obtain all of his immigration files and determine how to reopen the prior deportation cases and essentially unring the bell. Please retain counsel.Ask a similar question
It all depends on why he was deported. Also, as an 18 year old, you cannot petition for him just yet, you must be 21. Is you mother a US Citizen? If so, is she legally married to your dad? I strongly urge you to retain an experienced immigration attorney who will be able to review your dad's situation and advise you of what options, if any, are available for him. Good Luck.
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My colleagues are correct ... only an attorney reviewing his file can answer your questions.
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