You simply cannot afford not to hire a LOCAL immigration lawyer with this. If you are confused with 2 relatively simple questions, imagine all the rest, and I don't mean just the I-130.. Your husband's situation is a real mess, and you won't make it without professional guidance and assistance.
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Your question is not entirely clear. You should never put false information on any forms, and no ethical lawyer would advise you to do so. You should consider talking with a qualified immigration attorney about the particular facts of your case. If you cannot afford an attorney, there are many non-profit organizations that could better assist you in person. You can find one in your area here: http://www.immigrationadvocates.org/nonprofit/legaldirectory/
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I agree with my colleagues. You need to get a lawyer to take you through this. I would start by asking you a number of questions to determine if your husband is even eligible for a green card. He may not be.
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