This is not the best plans as it can be viewed as immigration visa fraud.
You may wish to obtain a fiancé visa for your purpose.
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You need to talk to an experienced immigration lawyer in private to provide additional information, in order to be able to evaluate the legal options your boyfriend may have.
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The very "best" thing you could do is consult in private with an experienced immigration lawyer soon after your BF arrives, to examine the options available to him, choose the best one and act upon it.
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