Usually almost never after what you described, but in this case, given the age, maybe the consul will have a heart (they hardly ever do, all they do is recite INA section 214(b), e en in their sleep..)
The elderly gentleman will have to show (and prove) what is different now and might still need to overcome 214(b) immigrant intent presumption.
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He is subject to a ten year undocumented presence ban for his overstay which would have taken effect when he left the US in 04. The penalty should be up in 2014 in any case.
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Yes, it is possible. It depends on what type of visa is sought, why and on other factors. A waiver may be required, but may be obtainable. Set up a consultation to review the situation in more detail.
I couldn't answer this without reviewing your history.
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