Do you mean you are a resident (green card holder) with an expiring green card? If you are a lawful permanent resident, you can file a petition for your spouse but he will have to wait outside the U.S. for his priority date to be reached. Please work with a lawyer so that other issues can be evaluated - any previous entries into the U.S., any other arrests, etc... It appears that he will also need a waiver. No, the marriage will not interfere with your application for naturalization (citizenship).
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No quick way. You will need to petition him. He will need to wait for 1) either you to become a US citizen or his priority date to become current, and 2) will need waivers.
You really need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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