if your fiancée entered United States without inspection, he is in eligible to obtain permanent resident status in United States. There are 2 new possibilities that may apply to his situation. One is deferred action for childhood arrivals and the 2nd is a new provisional waiver process. For the deferred action for childhood arrivals he would need to have come to United States before the age of 16. For the new provisional waiver process, he would need to have an immediate relative that is a United States citizen spouse, parent or child back to petition for him. There are many other criteria for both of these possibilities, and you should speak with an immigration attorney to determine if he may be eligible for either of these 2 processes or if he has some other opportunity.
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depends on how he entered the country. if he came with a visa, he can adjust in the US. if he came without a visa/without being inspected, then it is a different story and you should consult with an experienced attorney for options
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