There is no longer common law marriage in nearly all the US States. Marrying him will not result in bond. Obtains a visa for him can cost over a thousand, perhaps two thousand in USCIS Government filing fees, alone.
If you cannot afford an attorney, then it is unclear that you sponsor him for a visa, which creates additional complications.
You may need to make some tough choices, such as emigrating to his home country. Good luck.
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That is a VERY HIGH bond.
That makes me think that your BF has more than just being in the US 'illegal' as a problem ... Criminal Conviction perhaps???????
We can't help you find bond money.
Keep in touch with his lawyer.
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Yes, you can marry someone who is detained. Yes, there is common law marriage in Texas. However, his bond most likely WON'T change if you marry him.Ask a similar question