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It really depends on what the crime and sentence was. Unfortunately, the law changed many years ago that if something makes you deportable, it isn't the hardship of the person that will be deported that counts. It is the hardship of a U.S. Citizen or perhaps U.S. Lawful Permanent Relative that might count. So just because you have a diagnosed disease does not mean that it would protect you from being deported. You might be able to get what is called Prosecutorial Discretion, but that does not give you legal status. So if you want to tell me what the crime and sentence is, I can give you more detail. I would also need to know when you allegedly committed the crime as that may have something to do with the situation as well. If not, just know that your situation may not necessarily protect you from deportation.
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