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  • TuppenyBit
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    Someone 12, I'd be interested to know what law you are relying on.

    The man above is a permanent resident, married to a U.S. Citizen, and has 3 U.S. Citizen sons. Won't this count for anything?

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    a deportation normally results in a minimum 10 year exclusion - but the drug charges will mean he is permanently ineligible to receive a visa (of any kind) - and if he was in for trafficking, there is NO waiver for immigrant visas (and no consul in their right mind would ever give this guy a tourist visa - and he would still need a waiver for that [a slightly different kind, but one that does not rely upon hardship and therefore, extremely unlikely to ever be approved]

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  • Joan005
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    I have a question and I would be truly grateful if someone could help. I am new to this, but here it goes....My husband will be serving a 5 or 10 year sentence for a federal crime..he is a permanent resident from Mexico, I know that he will be deported after serving his time, that I know is certain, but the question I have is for how long...will I have to look for a Immigration lawyer when that time comes...He is charged with federal drug charges. We have 3 sons born here in United States and I myself was also born here, I don't know if that matters to any extent, but I thought I would mention, if anyone has any answers I would really appreciate any information......

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  • How long will my husband be deported to his country after he serves his sentence...

    I have a question and I would be truly grateful if someone could help. I am new to this, but here it goes....My husband will be serving a 5 or 10 year sentence for a federal crime..he is a permanent resident from Mexico, I know that he will be deported after serving his time, that I know is certain, but the question I have is for how long...will I have to look for a Immigration lawyer when that time comes...He is charged with federal drug charges. We have 3 sons born here in United States and I myself was also born here, I don't know if that matters to any extent, but I thought I would mention, if anyone has any answers I would really appreciate any information......
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