My husband who is a permanent resident of US is the petitioner of I-130 and i am the beneficiary. I entered USA with tourist visa on 2012 and then he applied for it on March 2012. I reentered US on March 2013 with the same visa.The case status is showing "initial review" in the website.My question is
1. Can i apply for adjustment of status ?
2. When can i apply for advance parole to go out of USA ?
3. Where can i find about how long it will take to get my green card?
3) After the I-130 is approved, check the priority date on the State's website for your category
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I agree with Attorney Sharma.
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3. It will take however long it takes for your priority date to become current or your spouse to get US citizenship, plus processing time.
The movement of priority dates cannot be predicted.
For the latest visa bulletin see http://www.engnishimura.com/priority-dates/current
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