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My fiance and his family are awaiting a second hearing for their deportation process in April due to having expired visas. Can he still be deported even if the marriage is a bona fide marriage, especially if we marry anytime between now and April? How can we try to convey that we are marrying so that he can stay and not just b/c of immigration purposes? We planned to wait until his college graduation in the fall to marry, and we were advised by his lawyer before the first hearing to wait until after the first hearing back in September, which is why we now have to "rush" otherwise I'll lose him. Thanks!The reason why our lawyer wanted us to wait until after the first hearing is because the lawyer had hoped to "drag out" my fiance and his family's case and straighten out their green card application complications. If the judge agrees that our marriage is bona fide BUT my fiance would have to be deported anyway, what would be the possible reasons for that besides an expired visa? His EAD expired too or either he did not pay to update it, would that count against him, too? Thanx!