Correct. You are not subject to 3 year bar if granted voluntary departure by IJ and your ULP was less than 365 days.
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It sounds like you are subject to the 3 year bar. You overstayed in the US for more than 180 days and are therefore subject to a 3 year bar. Consult an attorney.
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You really need to meet with a local immigration attorney and bring in any documents that have been all ready filed in your case. You need to see a local immigration attorney immediate.
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By your facts it appears you are subject to a three year bar.
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The three year bar is triggered at 180 days. The 10 year bar is triggered at 1 year. So you are subject to that bar. You should call an immigration lawyer to determine the best way to avoid having to file the waiver because the details of your case need to be confirmed and complete before determining this strategy.