Hector E. Quiroga's answer Seeking legal counsel who could represent him before the court on the charges against him could help in some way.
Unfortunately your husband’s problem has been compounded by his absence from the US for so long; he’s essentially abandoned his residence. There are ways to regain it; he should visit the US embassy or consulate that has jurisdiction or the area where he lives.
Randall Drew's answer Not likely. You need an enhanced driver's license to cross the border. New Hampshire is starting to issue REAL ID compliant driver licenses but that is not the same as an enhanced id for cross border travel.
You can only file a visa petition for your brother once you become a US citizen. You most likely would do that through a process called Naturalization. You will have to have your permanent resident card for nearly five years to file Naturalization. Even then the process for getting an immigrant visa for a brother or sister can take many years. Decades in some cases. He should keep entering the DV lottery as long as it exists - that would be a faster way here if he wins. Good luck!
Carl Shusterman's answer Very possibly. However, only your visa is revoked. You will still remain in F-1 student status, but you will not be able to travel abroad unless and until you obtain a green card.
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Shan Dimitris Potts' answer The process gets tricky when you get married on a visitor visa, but with the help of an experienced immigration attorney you can get your green card in about 6 to 8 months since your spouse is a US citizen. So the first step would be to talk to an immigration attorney and get started with the procedure. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free consultations, make use of the consultations. All the best.
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