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I would like to marry a man who has overstayed his visa 11 years. We would like to live in the U.S. He has been law abiding, with the exception of working in a family owned business. We are not sure if there is a better likelihood of him being able to stay if 1) we marry while he is in the US 2) her return to his country (which is primarily a Muslim country) and I apply for fiance visa 3) if there is a high likelihood that he will be denied fiancee visa, since he overstayed for such a long time and is from a Muslim country and 4) that I have not been to his birth country, nor have the finances to visit him, proving our relationship is "bona fide". If we were to marry here or he were to return to his country, what are the laws about "spousal or fiance ability to support the non resident?If he were to return to his country under "voluntary deportation" would this help or hurt our chances of reuniting and residing in the US?