I have found stories related to mine but I have a very different situation.
My family and I moved to United states in 2004, when I was 9 years old. We overstayed our visas and after 2 years of overstaying, my father filed for political asylum in the States. During this process we received temp work authorization cards, social security numbers, and we were living legally for 6-7 years (my parents paying taxes and all). But, after our last trial at court, the judge denied our case and ordered removal, so we had to leave, 1 year after this order we have left the country voluntarily, I graduated high school in the US and once I graduated I left the country in 2011.
I have been living in my country since then, I graduated from university with a masters diploma, I got married and have 2 kids, have a good job, and a house. After these years I have a lots of nostalgic moments, I have friends in the US that I really want to see, there are places I really want to visit again with my husband, I have no other interest for staying in the US, just want to receive a visa so I can be eligible to travel during vacations.
I applied for b1/b2 visa about 2-3 years ago with my husband, my husband received his visa but mine got denied because of my overstay, a consular officer said I've been barred from entering the US for 10 years and suggested to try in couple years when this 10 year bar is gone.
well now I can't do anything but wait, but my best friend is getting married in October and she really wants me to be her bridesmaid, I was thinking of reapplying for a visa just to try , since now I have 2 kids that I'm leaving here I definitely have strong ties to my country.
Please suggest if I should reapply for visa or what is it that I can do to receive a temp visa?