There us NO WAY your family member will be re-admitted to the US in a year, if ever. If one does not leave under voluntary departure as promised, s/he is disqualified from most forms of relief for 10 years.
Another consequence of failure to depart the U.S. on time is an automatic ten-year bar from being granted cancellation of removal, waiver, adjustment of status, change of status, registry, and further voluntary departure.
Also a crime involving DV is an offense that would render one deportable or inadmissible.
These, among other issues will preclude legal admission.
Do consult an experienced immigration attorney for guidance specific to your case.
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He will be barred for 10 yrs from coming into U.S.. Because he failed to leave after an order to deport or after he promised to self deport, he is not eligible to seek for waiver or adjustment of status even though he has a wife and children who are U.S. citizen. In addition, his domestic violence record will also make him inadmissible to U.S.
He needs to talk to an immigration attorney to fully evaluate his case and see whether there are other facts that can help him.
I agree with my colleagues.
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