Your husband can adjust his status in the U.S. (meaning obtain his permanent residency) considering he is meeting all other eligibility requirements. Please note though that at the time of the interview an officer may raise a dual intent issue since your husband entered as a B-1/B-2 non-immigrant. It is highly recommended to retain an immigration attorney to proceed with the case.
I agree with Attorney Gorinshteyn. It is possible that USCIS could question your husband about why he entered on a visitor visa if he is now applying for permanent resident status while in the USA. You definitely should consult with an immigration attorney about the situation.
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it all depends. Talk to an immigration attorney.
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