You do not explain the circumstances if his deportation and what efforts were made on his behalf at the deportation hearing.
It would advisable to contact an immigration lawyer to discuss these and explore the options available for him.
My colleague is correct in her comments. You need to collect all of his immigration file and court records and provide them to an experienced immigration attorney for a legal opinion as to what relief, if any, is available to him under current immigration law. Good luck.
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An immigration attorney should review the facts of the removal case, family connections, immigration and consular waiver options (if any). An attorney might also consider a motion to re-open removal proceedings and the possibility of parole back to the U.SD. depending on ICE's position... There is no way to answer your question without a lot of time spent studying these facts you have described.
If deported, then your husband would have been subject to an order. Please have the order reviewed by an attorney to determine if there are chances to overcome that by filing waivers on your behalf. Could he have been given voluntary departure, perhaps? Please go over the circumstance and the reasons for the deportation/removal/departure to see if they can be overcome.