This is complicated. You need to hire an immigration attorney to help you. You have to show hardship to yourself and your children - but there is not always a waiver available under these circumstances. They are very fact specific. Talk to a lawyer and see if he is eligible for a waiver.
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You need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and handle the case.
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Much more information is needed to be able to answer your question. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney. You will need to provide your husband's complete immigration and criminal history, if any. Only after that can it be determined if he is eligible for waivers and if so, how to proceed. Good luck.
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