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Asked on: 7/14/09, 7:00 pm

Deportation/Marriage/Criminal Legal Question

I am a US Citizen (naturalized, not by birth). My boyfriend was deported to Mexico a few years back after being arrested and convicted for firearms possession. He has a record (the firearms possession) as well as some traffic violations and I think one DUI. Now I want to marry him. I've been wanting to marry him but he is in Mexico and I would love for him to come here. Is there ANY possibility, any loophole, ANYTHING that will allow me to bring him back here legally at any point in our lives (even years from now) through us getting married? Or any way at all? I am hoping the right person comes across this question who has an answer. Any tidbits or suggestions are welcome, anything anyone might know. I really appreciate it Thanks guys.

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