If your husband was ordered deported, you’ll have to have an I-212 application approved ,and most likely also an I-601 waiver, in order for him to return before the end of the 10-year bar.
Both applications essentially require you to establish that you’ll suffer “extreme hardship” if your husband is not allowed to return. Immigration law defines “extreme hardship” as something more than simply being separated.
If you’d like to further discuss your case with me, please feel free to contact my office to schedule a telephone consultation.
Attorney Edward Weiner
E-mail : E.Weiner@immigration-aux-usa.com
Phone : + 1 (617) 889-0215
Internet Site : http://www.immigration-aux-usa.com