Yes, he can be included ... if you get married ASAP.
Hire a lawyer, 245i, might work.
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If he qualifies for 245(I), looks like yes, he will be able to adjust. Please see an attorney to help you guys, as it may be more complicated than you think.
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With the narrow exception of fiance of an USC, fiance and fiancee gets no immigration benefit in US immigraiton system; As spouse - yes
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Yes, if you are married at the time you are granted adjustment of status.
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