How can and/or will this affect the application for a green card? Is there a set time period for him to be in the US before we get married?
It will create a problem if he entered with an intent to get married and stay in the U.S.
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Not if he marries you at least 60 days after admission.
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Regardless, it is very stupid think to do. You do not want to do that, whether it is legal or not. It is not criminal but it is a visa fraud and can land you and your fiance in a lot of trouble. Use K1 via instead. Of course, I assumed you were a USC.
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