You need to consult with an experienced immigration lawyer about your husband's situation. If he has been deported before, the previous orders may be reinstated and he may be removed without a hearing. An attorney can find out what is going on, and whether his criminal and immigration violations will make him inadmissible to the U.S. and for how long.
Scott D. Pollock
Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C.
105 W. Madison, Suite 2200
Chicago, IL 60602
fax: (312) 444-1950
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I would like to add that your husband clearly needs legal advice at this stage, because of the prior deportations. As Mr. Pollock advises, consulting with an experienced immigration attorney is very important. If you do not have sufficient funds to hire an attorney, you might contact the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. I have included a link below.Ask a similar question