Why can’t my same-sex partner come to the U.S. as a tourist, so we can marry and get a green card?
I’ve just proposed to my same-sex boyfriend, who is from Japan, and living there now. He said yes! He already has a multiple entry U.S. tourist visa, so I’d love it if he could just get on a plane tomorrow and come here to hold the wedding and get a green card. I’ve read that people who enter the U.S. legally and marry U.S. citizens (which I am) can simply apply for adjustment of status. Is it as easy as that?