Nothing can be done. Tell him to stop trying because he may end up in federal penitentiary one day. Sorry. Lifetime bar.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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Every deportation counts. His multiple attempts at entry are quite problematic as my colleagues have pointed out.
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Re-entry after deportation is a crime for which he can be charged criminally under Federal statute 8 USC 1326. If convicted he can be sentenced to two years in prison. The sentence can be more severe if he was deported due to certain criminal offenses.