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Generally, yes, as long as your are eligible to marry (you are single), then you can get married here. Whether you can get sponsored to become a resident, or get a green card depends on: (a) Whether you entered legally (b) the citizenship or status of your spouse (c) whether you have any disqualifications
Yes, as long you have resided in New York State for the last 2 years.
Yes, you can, generally. You just need to do it before your tourist period expires.
Yes, as long you are a US citizen or a legal resident (GREEN CARD holder), then you can petition your spouse to join you. The initial process in the US should take less than a year. Then the processing in the home country of your spouse would really depend on which country it is.
For your parents, it would conservatively be a couple of years from start to arrival in the US. For your brothers and sisters, this would depend on the country where they are from. We would need to check on the length of time depending on the country of origin.
First, you need to be a US citizen to sponsor a fiancé/fiancée. The petition is filed here in the US and once approved, this will be transferred to the US Embassy/consulate where your fiancé/fiancée lives, and they will be processed there. They will need to go to an interview. Once approved, they can enter the US on a fiancé/fiancée visa and then you would need to get married within 90 days of arrival.
The employment-based sponsorship for a GREEN CARD is generally a long process. You would need to be in legal status while you are waiting for approval. You can be sponsored but you need to plan on how to maintain legal status during the process. You can also leave and wait it out outside the US.