I agree with my colleagues. It is important to present your case in the best manner possible to the Immigration Judge if you want to get a reasonable bond, and the best way to do that is to hire a competent immigration attorney in your area.
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You will need to consult with an immigration attorney to see if you qualify to process your paperwork inside the US, a process known as adjustment of status. There are a few ways to qualify for adjustment of status under immigration law, for example if you were lawfully admitted to the US during your last entry, or if you qualify under INA 245(i). If you do not meet the requirements for adjustment of status, your only alternative will be to consular process, which means going back to your...
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You really need to consult with an immigration attorney to see if you have any possibility of returning legally. Your case is too complicated for anyone to tell you "yes" or "no" via this website. It is definately not advisable for you to re-enter the US illegally. Not only do you face potential federal charges, jail time, and fines, but you may inadvertently destroy your chances for a waiver of inadmissibility in the process.
As my colleagues stated, the timing of an I-130 decision can vary greatly depending on the facts of your case. If your case is pending for a long time, say, more than 60 days, you can check on the status of the decision by making an Infopass appointment at the USCIS field office where your case is pending. You can make the appointment through the website www.uscis.gov and clicking on "Infopass appointment".
We don't have enough facts to know what relief your husband is eligible for (if any) in removal proceedings. You should definately consult with an immigration attorney to further review your case and advise you if there is any relief from removal available.
Your chances for success depend on whether you entered into the marriage in good faith in the first place, and what evidence you have to that effect. This is definately a case where you will benefit by consulting with an experienced immigration attorney to review your documents and help you present your case to USCIS.