I wanted to know there was any way he can get a green card and get him legal in the USA.
The answer will largely depend on how he entered the country. If he entered illegally, he will need a waiver and will have to depart the country to receive his immigrant visa (which later becomes his "green card"). If he entered the country legally, but then overstayed his visa, he may be able to adjust his status (receive a "green card") without needing to leave the country -- under certain circumstances. Go over his eligibility with an attorney.
Yes but more information is required. Did your spouse enter the US legally with a visa or was the entry without inspection (illegal entry). Has your spouse been convicted of any criminal activity either her in the United States or abroad. If there was a legal entry with a visa and no criminal conviction, I may be able to obtain lawful permanent residence status for your spouse without the necessity of him or her leaving the United States. Call me to schedule an appointment in Freehold at (732) 780-3090
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