We've waited so long to be together and yes, we've visited each other twice in the past year.
I agree with my colleague.
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I do not recommend entering the U.S. on a visa waiver in order to get married because that risks having him excluded and removed from the US. However, if he is admitted, you really could get married and he could file for his green card in the U.S, under current policy. The best way to do it would either to get married there, and you file for him as a spouse, or file for him now as a fiance.
See an immigration lawyer for debriefing and briefing on this process, You may go to uscis.gov and search fiance visa. There are forms and instructions available. If you have a sex crime history or serious felony record you are barred from applying.
Rehim Babaoglu, Attorney At Law
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You should consult with a competent attorney or BIA accredited representative to see if your fiance has any inadmissibility grounds that the I-129F and K visa route may not be able to surmount.
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