Are you currently in the U.S.? If so you should have filed the I-130 with the I-485 petition for adjustment of status. Otherwise, you will have to leave the U.S. to obtain your immigrant visa and this could cause problems if you lived in the U.S. illegally all these years. If you are in the U.S. I would file an I-130 immediately. There is a place in the form to reference the case no. of the I-130. Be sure to enclose a copy of the I-130 approval notice. They will have to get the file back...
There is a law called the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA0 that allows victims of domestic abuse to self-petition for a green card. She may qualify for a green card under this provision of law. These are complicated cases so you will need to seek the counsel of an immigration attorney. Best of luck.
Unfortunately, there is probably not much that can be done for him. If he was already removed and subject to a 10 year bar than being caught in the U.S. again will not be easy to deal with. I would suggest contacting an immigration attorney in your area who specializes in deportation and removal. There might be something they can do to minimize the impact of this. Best of luck.
It will be difficult for anyone to advise you at this point since the petition is already pending. If you do not have an immigration attorney assisting you with the waiver I would recommend that you find one immediately. There may not be much anyone can do to help after the fact. Best of luck.
This is good that you are thinking about this. Some people are very surprised when they return to the U.S. and find out they have lost their residency. There are two major issues you need to consider there. The first is establishment of residency. If you move immediately after your are married it may be difficult to show that your wife ever established her U.S. residency and she could loose it that way. The other issue you have identified deals with abandonment of residency. If a U.S....
The local offices have changed a lot of policies that aren't always consistent with the USCIS instructions. It has alwasy been the case that you can apply for an interim EAD at the local office if your I-765 is not processed in a timely fashion. I would check the USCIS website for the policies of your local office. If your petition has only been pending since June I would wait a bit longer before taking any further action.
There seem to be a combination of immigration and family law issues in this question. With respect to your sponsorship of the young man, if he receives any public assistance from the government you would be contractually obligated to reimburse them. If he doesn't want to leave the house you probably can't have him arrested. The proper procedure would be to have him evicted. Presumably there is a better solution to this and I would encourage you to work with the young man and his mother to...
Your boyfriend is in a difficult situation. In most cases a marriage that takes place after deportation proceedings have been initiated will not be a defense. This is a very complex area of immigration law. I would recommend that you immediately retain counsel in your area that has experience with removal cases. Best of luck to you.
In order to really provide some general guidance it is important to know how the adopted children entered the country.
That being said, any person who is not lawfully present in the U.S. is subject to removal. If the filing fees are the only issue there are waivers available for people who cannot afford the fees. Please provide some more information so we can help give you some more guidance.