Each case is different, so it is very hard to extrapolate from our cases to determine what is going to happen in your case. Many factors can impact on the decision, like for instance the officer assigned to your case. But I am sure that your attorney has discussed this with you and your wife.
I agree with Neil, worst-case scenario is you get arrested and best-case scenario it gets approved.
Yes, it appears that you are eligible to apply for the adjustment of status to Legal Permanent Resident (without knowing anything else about you and your wife).
You should obtain a co-sponsor for the affidavit of support.
Considering hiring myself or one of my colleagues to prepare and file your case.
I agree with Stephen, your husband might be in for a long sentence.
He needs to have an attorney for the plea and sentence, he should not do this on his own. There are many who handle criminal law and immigration.
Sometimes the USCIS website is not very accurate, so you will probably just have to wait to receive the letter.
Hopefully, it is the Approval Notice. It is not going to hurt to get things ready for the next stage.
You can mail them all in one package, but I would put each petition in it's own envelope.
There is no limit as long as you can show that you earn above the poverty guideline. You do not have to show this at the time of the filing, but at the time the cases are sent to the National Visa Center.
Remember, the cases you are filing for your siblings will take at least 10 years, so for now, it is more important to show that you can support your parents (their cases will take about a year...
The category will change once you are Naturalized. Depending on the country you are from it could be a problem and actually delay her case.
You should be contacted by the National Visa Center (603-334-0700) now that the priority date is current and if they have not, you can always call them and find out the status. Usually, this prompts the NVC to issue the affidavit of support and the Immigrant visa processing fee notices.
Marc Taylor, Esq.
Not sure what you are exactly confused about. You MUST be divorced before you can marry.
1. It would be considered bigamy, since you would be married to more than one person.
2. Your second marriage would be voidable (you would not be considered legally married).
3. If you entered the US, with the intent to marry your boyfriend, then your entry would be deemed fraudulent.
Yes, a non-attorney can prepare and file petitions.
Although, you really should at least have a consultation with an attorney to review the petitions you are filing. Just to make sure everything is in order.
Marc Taylor, Esq.
Unemployment benefits can be counted as income for the I-864.
If you do not find another job before the interview, then make sure that you send a new I-864 with proof of your unemployment income and other assets you need.
Hopefully, you earn enough, if not, you should consider finding a co-sponsor now.