Meet with an attorney. He may be eligible for the upcoming provisional waiver.
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A good attorney might help you guys. Good luck!
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Whether he is eligible or not depends on exactly how he entered. And there may be waivers available to him. You should consult and immigration attorney near you and be completely honest about the circumstances under which your fiance entered the US.
Once you and your fiance are married he may be able to adjust status (become legal) from within the United States (that is without going back to India). Whether or not he qualifies for this depends on whether he entered the country legally or if he can qualify for a waiver. It will be *necessary* for the two of you to consult with a qualified immigration attorney who can review the details of your situation. I highly encourage you to speak with an attorney as soon as possible.
There may be a way for him to pursue lawful status without having to leave the U.S. but you will need an attorney to carefully review his immigration history.
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Much will depend on your status. Are you a US citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident?
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