Tough situation, and you need to speak with an attorney.
First, you can't apply for a fiance visa for him when you are a permanent resident (only a citizen can apply). also, the process for a spouse of a permanent resident is very long.
On the other hand, being illegally in France doesn't impact his legal status in the U.S.
Question is, can YOU get U.S. citizenship? May make the most sense for you to apply to naturalize as a citizen, and then apply for a fiance visa or green card for him (which wouldn't then take as long).
Whole thing would be in the neighborhood of a year and a half, instead of many years. Not great, but possible.
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Only Us citizens can apply for fiance visas. Unless you become a citizen , you must get married and the wait will be 3-6 years
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You cannot apply for him to come to the United States as your fiancee as you are not a citizen. You can get married and then you can sponsor him but he will have to wait for his visa priority date to become current to get a visa to come live here.Ask a similar question
Can you get married? Yes, but given that he is not in the US, you cannot do so in the US.
Can you apply for a fiancé visa? No. Those are only available to fiancés of US citizens.
You will need to marry abroad. You will then have to petition him and he will need to remain abroad until either you become a US citizen or his priority date becomes current.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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I agree with Mr. Fleischer, but more information is needed with respect to filing for U. S. Citizenship by naturalization. It may take nearly five years before you can file or complete the process. Perhaps, you may have accidentally lost green card starus due to a long stay away from the U. S. with no valid proof of an intent to return.
He 'should not' get a visitors visa if he intends to immigrate for the purposes of the visit. For legal advice, I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent or experienced immigration attorney.
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Only US citizens can file for fiance visas. If you marry him, however, you will be able to file a petition on his behalf.
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