I was wondered if is best to wait for immigration reform to pass or to file for I-601 waiver which may be hard to win. And is there enough prove of hardship to win I-601 if my 21 years old son who is US citizen to apply for me. He is full time student and depend on me. Thanks in advance
I'd suggest starting with an I-130 (with an attorney's assistance).
Then, you can 'balance' your options in 3-6 months, once the I-130 is approved.
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