As usual with Avvo this went to "marriage and prenuptials." I will send it to immigration, but don't expect good news.
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Potentially. Contact a US immigration attorney to review marriage will have an impact on any future defensive filing.
There might be a relief available for him if he marries a U.S. citizen. However, you need to consult an immigration attorney because there is a need for more information before a proper answer can be given.
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