Yes htere is a process and extensive forms oyu need ot complete ot sponsor him for a green card including a petition for alien relative, adjustment of status application, affidavit of support, travel permit and work authorization. Consult an attorney to assist you.
It's not clear from your question, but, based on what you wrote, perhaps your boyfriend has Temporary Protected Status (TPS). If that is the case, then he might need a waiver of inadmissibility.
You really need to consult with an immigration attorney about your case, in order to have the best chance of success, and to avoid problems that you might not be aware of.
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There is a process and much depends on your boyfriend's status. You should consult with an attorney to determine the best course of action for the two of you.
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I agree with attorney Carlin.
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There is a process and it's truly best if you touch base with a qualified immigration attorney about your case. They will be able to answer your questions on his current status as well as advise you the best path to proceed following your marriage.
All the best,
The answer above is a general response and should not be taken as binding legal advice. You should contact an immigration attorney to fully address every issue of your case.