Can I come back to USA after being granted voluntary departure?

Hello, I came to USA from Poland on vacation, on tourist visa. I met my girlfriend here(she is American) I felt in love and stayed over 5 years, 4 and a half years longer than I should! Couple months ago immigration police stopped me and they checked my papers. I had a court day already. The judge grand me voluntary departure.  My quastion is if I come back to Poland (I have 120 days to come back) and marry my girlfriend there in Poland, will I be able to come to USA with her. And if so how long will it take because I heard that I might not be able to come back for 10 years, that would be horrible, are there any papers I can file to make it quicker? Thank you for answers.

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Yes its true, usually the immigration give 10 years ban to their country. The good part of this voluntary departure is you can apply for a visa in orders to come back legally.

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I am brazilian guy,my sister apply for me in seccion 245i in 2001 I was in usa from 1999 to 2008 in2008 I got voluntary I have visa disponible for me!!what my lower need do too, for I can back usa?can I back!!

thanks to aswer!

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