Difficult situation. Seeking readmission after god only knows how many prior removals. Will need at least two extreme hardship waivers from you. Hire the best immigration lawyer (not "notario" or "consultant" money can buy!
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First step is to file a Freedom of Information Act with DHS to determine their position on the matter. Then you can proceed with any course of action with USCIS.
I agree with both answers, you first need to know what happened at the border. A FOIA request is a necessity, but you must also request the information from CBP in case he was interviewed at the border.
You will most likely need waivers and consular processing, for which an experience immigration attorney is a necessity.
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