Thank you for the information, it is helpful.
You have two grounds of inadmissibility - reasons to be denied entry:
1. Whether you were in the US unlawfully for more than 1 year without status and you triggered a 10 year bar when you departed
2. The conviction of a felony.
You would have to apply for a hardship waiver in order to be allowed a tourist visa to return.
There is a waiver (forgiveness) but that is seldom granted and is a very complicated process. The US citizen or permanent resident relative has to show unusual and extreme hardship, more than economic or psychological. Read more about the waivers at
These waivers are generally denied. You have to show your hardship is different from the thousands of other US citizen who have to live separately because their spouses broke the immigration laws.
If you have a medical or mental condition that keeps you from working and your husband is the sole support you can have your physicians document this for the consulate. A serious physical or mental condition, such as a malignancy requiring extensive surgery, requires the continuing treatment of the applicant's spouse or child in the United States
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