No, he will likely get the same 10 year GC you have now, because by the time the 2 year + wait will be over you will have been married for more than 2 years.
Hopefully husband was lawfully admitted to the US and can prove it. Makes no difference of he overstayed or is currently out of status (unless, of course ICE lays its hands on him in the meantime..)
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Yes, there is a visa petition for a spouse of a permanent resident of the United States.
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You may be able to apply for a visa for your spouse if there are no admissibility or other issues. If you go to the Visa Bulletin, you will see that you can sponsor him in category F2A. There is a wait for this visas, however. It will be easier for him to get his green card if you become a U.S. citizen first.
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He would likely get a 10 year permanent resident card as well. However, I would suggest that you naturalize immediately, so long as you qualify. You can petition for him while you are naturalizing. You should check with an immigration lawyer to ensure you do this correctly from the outset. It is very frustrating to correct mistakes with USCIS, which has long wait time connected with any application. Feel free to call me at (201)875-2600. My office is nearby.
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The priority date will take years to become current. By that time you will likely be eligible for naturalization