My husband and I are not married by law we are married by church.
Assuming that you and your husband have entered into a lawful legal marriage then your husband can be included in the petition filed by your U.S. citizen father.
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What country were you born in? that makes a difference.
In short, yes, your husband can get the same immigrant status in the FB-3 category (family based).
However, FB-3 is backed up for some years so even though your Dad can file now, there is still a wait for your green card to be issued/
Assuming that you are not living in the US without legal permission. Then yes, your husband and children can all get greencards .... in many, many years ... there is a waiting list for people in your classification FB-3.
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