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    Default My Son Was Deported for an Aggravated Felony, Can He Come Back I Change Status

    my son was deported for an aggravated felony dropped to a misdemeanor in immigration court and he got differed for it in criminal court.hes under 21.is there a chance that there might be a waiver or i can petition for him to come back.thank you and god bless!!!

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    Default Re: My Son Was Deported for an Aggravated Felony, Can He Come Back I Change Status

    If the charge stood as an aggravated felony, he would be barred from returning, ever.

    If the charge was dropped to a misdemeanor and he was deported on the misdemeanor charge, he is barred for anywhere from 3 to 10 years. (This should be noted on his deportation documents.)

    He should consult an immigration attorney before attempting to return, as his chances for re-entry are highly dependent upon what he was charged with to begin with.
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    Default Deported for an Aggravated Felony,

    Dear LawResearcherMissy,

    I see you know a lot about the immigration laws. You mentioned in your last post that aggrevated felons will not be able to com back to the USA ever. Do you think this law will ever change and what do you think if I have a son and a sick mother in the states.

    Is there anything an aggrevated felon can do to get back to the USA?

    Please advise ifyou may know anything that I can do to get back to my family.

    Thank you!

    Christian99

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    Default Re: My Son Was Deported for an Aggravated Felony, Can He Come Back I Change Status

    USCIS is very strict about aggravated felons.

    They can't come back. Period.

    I don't forsee this ever changing.
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    Default Re: My Son Was Deported for an Aggravated Felony, Can He Come Back I Change Status

    I also wouldn't want to be the senator or representative that had to explain to his constituents as to why he/she thought the best use of our government's time was figuring out how to let aggravated felons into this country.

    Therefore, it just won't happen.

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