Thank you for your response.
Because there is a state charge and a federal charge, the federal court
will not agree to run their sentence concurrently. What you have to do is that your husband or his attorney has to file a motion in the NJ court where he was sentenced to ask the NJ court to run his probation violation sentence concurrently with the federal sentence to allow his deportation upon completing his sentence for unlawful entry and to allow him to leave the country. The NJ court does have the jurisdiction and authority to agree to allow the probation violation sentence to run at the same time as his federal sentence, but the only way they will do so is for good cause, so you have to use his leaving the country to comply with the law upon completion of his federal sentence.
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