I do not know why you are not responding, but you are not charged per question, per response, nor per answer. So after I give you my answer, you can continue to ask me questions without additional charge until you are satisfied. I apologize if it is a site issue that you posted and the post did not go through.
Let’s assume that your boyfriend is ONLY being deported because of a drug offense that is NOT trafficking and that the drug offense is NOT less than 30 grams of marijuana. I will assume that it is not trafficking, that it is either more than 30 grams of marijuana or that it was any amount of any other drug. I will also assume that he is not illegal in the U.S. and that he has been convicted of this drug offense If any of these assumptions are not correct, please let me know because it will change my answer. That’s why it is important for you to respond, but you refuse to, so I have to make the assumptions for you. I honestly don’t know why people come here for help them don’t respond as if it was going to cost them more. It doesn’t.
He basically has to do something with that conviction so that they do not deport him. He primarily has the following options:
1) Get a full and unconditional governor's or U.S. Presidential pardon.
2) Hire a VERY good criminal attorney to look into the possibility of reopening his criminal case because something was done incorrectly at the criminal level. If the case can be reopened, then the conviction needs to be vacated (set aside) and then he would need an agreement from the prosecutor not to prosecute him again (which they can do). You can try looking for an attorney at www.ailalawyer.com.
3) Convince the majority of the U.S. Congress to change the law or to make a law of special application only for him called a Private Bill.
These options essentially would eliminate the conviction so that Immigration
cannot use it against him to deport him. Unfortunately, sealing or expunging the conviction does not work.
4) IF he became a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident while inside the U.S. AND he has a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident spouse or son or daughter that would suffer EXTREME HARDSHIP if he is deported, then he MIGHT stand a chance to not be deported.
I am truly sorry, but he has a tough battle ahead of him.
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