In short, there is no law broken by simply having a guest over to your home (even if they are not in legal status). However, criminal charges may apply under 8 U.S.C. 1324(a)(l)(B)(i), all in violation of 8 U.S. C. 1324(a)(l)(A)(iii) and (a)(l)(A)(v)(II), for "harboring illegal aliens" for the purpose of commercial advantage and private financial gain if you do so knowingly and in reckless disregard of the fact that certain those persons, had come to, entered and remained in the United States in violation of law. It is also important to note that employment of an unauthorized worker is also not permitted.
The short answer to your question is "no". The law does not prohibit you from having "illegal aliens" as friends or spouses or family members.
The law prohibits "harboring and bringing in illegal aliens". You'll see by reviewing the statute, that the law is aimed at prohibiting the aiding and abetting of bringing in aliens illegally, transporting them or hiring them. The full language of the statute is the first link below. As a practical matter this applies to persons making a living. In the last couple of years we have seen an increase in ICE bringing charges against employers hiring aliens not authorized for employment as a practice.
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Your question is not clear. But you cannot officially invite someone without a status to back the affidavit of support. Even if it was possible I will not advise it.
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