I can find a sponser, he is 20 and has been here almost his entire life speaks full english, neither one of us graduated, he is currently employed i am not no children
If you two are legally married, then you can begin the process to adjust his status, whether you can complete it or not depends on things that you have not listed such as whether he entered the country legally or not, you would need a co-sponser who made enough money, if your husband did not enter the country legally or falls into one of a few small exceptions he would have to return to his home country to adjust. There is not enough info here to know for sure but if he entered legally has no criminal record and you can find a sponser that makes enough money nothing that you mentioned would preclued it (and he entered on a type of visa that he could adjust from).
You can apply for your husband, but you will need a sponsor who is either a citizen or green card holder. You should consult with an immigration attorney before applying.
You can petition him, but:
1) you will need a co-sponsor for the affidavit of support.
2) what needs to be done depends on your status, how he entered the US, whether he qualifies for 245(i), etc.
You really should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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