I think your question is…. Can your husband travel to US as a visitor, if you file a petition for your husband as a green card holder?
As a green card holder you may file for your husband, however I agree with other attorneys it will take years for the visa to become available. Are you eligible to apply for citizenship? If you are, I suggest you do, because if you file for your husband as a US citizen the process is about one year and he will be here quickly. However, in either event his entry as a visitor is not guaranteed when you have a Relative Petition filed with USCIS. It is discretionary at the port of entry. If you do file and he travels to U, may I suggest full disclosure of the pending Application. Good Luck. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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Your question is not clear. You can sponsor your spouse for a a green card , but it will take 3-7 years for a visa to become available . If you become a citizen. This will be much faster
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I agree with Mr. Fleischer here. First, I am not clear what it is you are asking. I would wait until I became a citizen and then sponsor my spouse. If you are asking whether or not your husband can travel to the United States to work during the period between now and when you petition for him, the answer is maybe. If an employer is filing for his H-1 or L-1 visa than the answer is theoretically "yes" since both allow for both immigrant and nonimmigrant intent. Perhaps you should retain an experienced immigration attorney to review yours and your husband's present options. Good luck!
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