Since you are married, you will be in the third preference category. The priority date is not yet current, but based on the visa bulletin, you may see the priority date become current in the near future. I would recommend that you coordinate a consultation to discuss your case strategy to appropriately go over the details.
Best of luck.
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You will probably want to consult with an experienced immigration attorney and I would have available these questions and answers.
Is your father still alive? If he is dead you may have lost your I-130 petition.
Once you married, you are no longer an adult child of a USC but an Married Adult child of a USC.
Your priority date as an adult married is better than as a single adult.
If the I-130 is lost, you would need to find a company to sponsor you as an H1B, then to obtain the permanent residency to file the Labor Certificate process for you.
What is your education and work history?