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To determine if anything can be done for your husband more information on his specific case is needed.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney.
Section 212(a)(9) of the Act renders certain aliens inadmissible based on prior violations of U.S. immigration law. Section 212(a)(9) of the Act has three major subsections.
Under section 212(a)(9)(A) of the Act, an alien, who was deported, excluded or removed under any provision of law, is inadmissible if the alien seeks admission to the United States during the period specified in section 212(a)(9)(A) of the Act, unless the alien obtains consent to reapply for admission during this period.
Short answer, you have a hard case requiring waivers.
You need to retain an experienced immigration attorney to handle the case.
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My colleagues are correct. HIre an experienced immigration attorney.
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Inadmissibility -- get a lawyer!
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