i enter to US 5 years ago, my visa B2 expired 4 years ago, my i-94 expired 4.5 years ago, i never been deported, arrested, or got any kind of ticket, my wife is currently unemployed, we have a 18 months old kid
Yes, you can file for adjustment if she files a visa petition for you. If she does not work you will need a joint sponsor for the affidavit of support, your income, if not authorized, does not count.
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Your spouse can petition you and you can apply for adjustment of status.
Filing fees are as posted on the USCIS website.
Attorney fees vary from attorney to attorney.
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I agree with my colleagues you can file I-130/I-485 concurrently. You will need a joint sponsor if your wife is not currently working.
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You are probably eligible for adjustment of status, as long as there are no other inadmissibility issues. You will need to find a joint sponsor for the affidavit of support requirement (any U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with sufficient income). You should speak with an experienced U.S. immigration attorney about your options.
Robert K. D'Andrea, Attorney at Law
D'Andrea Law Corporation, PLC
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You do have a case and if you find a joint sponsor you should have no problem.howeveri suggest you work with an attorney since you are put of status otherwise if it is not done correctly you will be placed in removal proceedings.
Seattle Immigration Lawyer
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