No answers on avvo can adequately address your situation, especially in light of the limited facts you have provided. You need to consult with an immigration attorney to review your entire immigration history and criminal record and advise you accordingly.
I agree with my colleague. Based on the facts of your case the best strategy is to consult an immigration lawyer who can review your case in further detail and evaluate the merits of your case.
You are in serious trouble and need to 'find a way' to pay an attorney to help you.
It doesn't matter that you came as a refugee, the US government can still deport you ... unless you show that you "will" be persecuted and not that you "might" be persecuted.
Don't take the risk.
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