NO. He cannot sponsor his parents until he becomes a naturalized citizen. He can file for his application 3 months prior to the 3rd year anniversary of the marriage. You both should hire competent immigration counsel like my self or other colleagues, good luck.
Your husband must first be a US citizen in order to petition his parents.
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I agree with my colleagues:
1. He can't petition for them now
2. He can file for naturalization 90 days before he's had his LPR status for 3 years.
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