What should i do?
Probably not, but what is your current status?
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It could. He will need to prove to USCIS that he poses no danger to you, and that is presently nearly impossible to do.
You need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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More than likely it will. ICE checks for these type of convictions for the petitioner in an adjustment of status case. You need to speak with an immigration attorney.
No. Under the immigration law, your fiance's criminal record has nothing to do with you being able to get your green card. As the alien seeking a green card, you will have a hard time getting it if you have certain criminal convictions or admit to having commited a crime. As long as you can prove that your marriage is a genuine one, you should be fine.
Under the Adam Walsh Act your fiance's conviction may very well prevent him from petitioning for you. The two of you should consult with an experienced immigration attorney and bring all his court records.
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