That depends on whether an NTA was eventually filed and proceedings reinitiated. They have to serve your NTA on you via regular mail to the last known address reported by you to them.
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No, if if was an erroneous deportation, you do NOT need a waiver. Not enough facts to know what your status was before. But whatever it was now is your change to reinstate that. I would try to be here for your upcoming hearing if BIA now remanded to the IJ. Try to,obtain a B1/B2 for your upcoming hearing. At least your attorney should be at the hearing to argue on your behalf.
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If the deportation order was vacated then you would not be inadmissible due to a prior deportation. Thus, it wold appear that an I-212 is not required.
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