He possibly could apply for a hardship waiver. Consult with an attorney to determine your options.Ask a similar question
Meet with an immigration attorney to determine he exact nature of the two "deportations"
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He may be under the "permanent bar".
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It appears that he was deported twice. This may bar him permanently under the current law and he would have to reside outside the US for 10 years first before he becomes eligible for a waiver.
You should consult with an immigration attorney for a review of his case.