Even though you got married and your lawful permanent resident husband filed an I-130 for you while you were still in status, this did not provide you with a lawful means to remain or work in the United States. Unless your husband is ineligible, he should apply for citizenship as soon as possible. He may file an application 90 days prior to the 5 year anniversary of obtaining his green card status.
Once he is naturalized you would then be able to file to adjust status as his immediate relative. Since you mentioned that he is eligible to naturalize in just 6 or 7 months (and that the processing on the I-130 is"coming soon") this seems to the better way to proceed.
Still, you would be best advised to speak with an immigration attorney to determine your best strategy after considering the particular details of your case.
Best of luck,
Peter J. Loughlin, Esq.
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In a case where the husband will become a citizen, it may be best to wait for the naturalization before the foreign national applies to become a resident.
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