my aunt was deported from the usa 13 years ago because of passport fraud shes has peruvian citizenship also a spain citizenship is there a way she could come to the usa with a visa regarding the fact she was deported 13 years ago and trying to come into the USA with a fake passport
Yes she can if she applies for and is granted a nonimmignrat inadmissibility waiver under INA 212(d)(3)
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More facts are needed.
Did she use a fake US passport? If so, sorry ... she can never come back to the US.
Talk to a lawyer and get a copy of her file.
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yes she will be able to come back if she applies for a visa and it is granted to her by U.S. embassy in Peru.
Hopeless case & scenario. I wouldn't bother. She'll be denied again, no matter the passport/nationality she'll now try to use. Her fingerprints will speak for themselves..
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