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Unfortunately, it would not be considered that he was wrongfully deported if the conviction that he was deported based on was still valid when he was deported. To bring him back to the US now, you can petition your husband with an I-130 if you are a US citizen or resident. Once the petition is ready and there is a visa available he should be approved to come to the US if the crime that he was deported for was vacated. He will still need to submit an I-212 application for being deported.
You can find both forms on uscis.gov/forms
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