He will have to serve his sentence first. Once he is released from state of federal custody, your fiance will then be transferred to the custody of ICE and will be detained at an ICE detention center, where he will be placed under removal proceedings in immigration court.
You can try to intercept and visit him, and also possibly marry him at any time during the process I describe above, but am not sure it will do him much good, depending on the nature of his felony and its immigration law consequences.
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Yes, but the deportation is not a must. it depends and you should speek to an immigration attorney.
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You can marry anytime. He may be deported unless there is a way to stop it. Your marriage to him may or may not prevent deportation. There is not enough information to tell. You need to consult privately with an immigration attorney to examine your options.
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All of the above is true. Your other option would have been to post cash bail and get him released from State custody pending trial. At that point, he would have been released to ICE custody and likely deported prior to his prison sentence. Then it would be your choice to join him in his home country. This process does not always happen this smoothly, but is a common scenario. In this scenario, he would be in bench warrant and probably unable to return legally to face the charges.