Yes, absolutely, but that person better wait for at least 60 days after arrival before getting married and filing for a green card.
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Yes. Just make sure he does not file his adjustment of status prior to 60 days passing from his entry. That will raise intent issues.
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It's fine for them to get married here in the United States if they wish. They should wait until he has been in the USA for at least 60 or more days before they marry.
If he applies for permanent resident status in the United States, there is a risk that immigration officials could conclude that when he entered the United States on his tourist visa, he planned all along to remain in the United States and marry and apply for a green card. This is called having "immigrant intent," when the tourist visa is meant to be used only for a visit and then a return to the home country.
I suggest that they consult with an immigration attorney about the situation, in order to have the best chance of success and to avoid potential problems. Best of luck.
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Yes he can adjust status given that it is a bona-fide good faith marriage. He will receive a 2 year conditional green-card.
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Yes your friend can get married and adjust status. He should wait 60 days before getting married.
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