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Actually, yes. Assuming you are a US Citizen, if you marry him and file for a greencard based on marriage for him by filing an I-130 (see HERE), then the average time between filing and approval is about 6-8 months assuming nothing goes wrong. Ergo, it is quite possible if this is done soon to have him be approve by end of April or May 2017.
For step by step procedures, see HERE.
He really should either focus on a work visa, or, a marriage visa. A marriage visa is much easier and quicker to get and is permanent, a work visa is much harder, takes more time, and depending on which he receives, may not be permanent.
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