Yes, you will be able to marry your partner just like a heterosexual couple. As long as there are no criminal issues, you will be fine. In fact, I just filed for a same sex couple in my own office. If you have any further questions, let me know.
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Yes you can apply for his green card. It does not matter that he overstayed his visa if he is marrying a U.S. Citizen
Yes - and congratulations!
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I agree with my colleagues! The only thing to look to is to make sure that your partner's J-1 was not subject to the 2 year home requirement. If he is, he will also need a waiver. A consultation with an immigration attorney might be advisable.
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Yes, assuming you marry your partner you may petition for him. if you are a US citizen the fact that he overstayed his visa should not be a problem.
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