Processing can take a while, as in several years, where you file as a green card holder. In 2016, you can file for citizenship by naturalization. Perhaps, that may speed up matters, but it is unclear. In addition, it is unclear whether your wife can enter the U.S. on a dual intent visa, such as an H1-b, where she has an offer to work in a professional position.
I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration attorney, so that you know what can be done. Otherwise, you may risk losing your green card status, where you leave the U.S. Good luck.
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It probably takes several years to bring your spouse and child to the U.S. You have to file Form I-130 to USCIS. Please read the form instruction too.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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