If you are eligible, you may file as soon as she is sworn in as a US citizen. You will also need to include a copy of her Naturalization Certificate. I highly recommend that you hire an experienced immigration lawyer to assist you with the adjustment of status process.
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You can file the same day she becomes a U.S. citizen - that will be the date of her swearing-in. She'll receive a certificate of naturalization, which you have to include in your application. Good luck to you both!
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After she has been sworn in.
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