Can he?

1 Answers. Asked on Aug 11th, 2017 on Immigration - Kentucky
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I have this 19 years guy that lives in Ghana we not related in any way, I would want to help him get to the state and continue his school here or stay here with me forever. I don't know if they will allow him because I have been to prison but now everything is going on well. I'm off parole and free now but am not sure of my record. What can I do to bring that boy here please
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Answered on Aug 12th, 2017 at 2:13 AM

If you are boyfriend and girlfriend, your friend may obtain a Fiance visa and immigrate to the US when said visa is issued by the consulate in Ghana. That visa, however, is good for only 90 days, and the two of you must get married within that time period. Once married, he can adjust status to that of lawful permanent resident. I would need to know more about your criminal past, but I dont think it would pose a problem. Also, one of the requirements for the issuance of the Fiance visa is that the two of you must have physically met. 

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