If you file the I-130, you will need to get the K-3 visa to enter the US as the spouse of a US citizen. You do not need to wait for the approval, just the receipt notice. After you enter, you can then file for the AOS.
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My colleague is coorect. You can also apply in the UK an enter as an immigrant with your green card. Regardless, you should consult with an immigration attorney to figure out your best course of action. Good luck.
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You cannot enter the U.S. to adjust status unless you have a K-3 visa if you have a pending I-130. You should counsult with an experienced immigration attorney before you take any steps to fully understand your options.Ask a similar question
No, you will need a nonimmigrant visa to enter the U.S. (and then you could file the I-485 but beware of conflicting intents) or await for an immigrant visa to be issued at the consulate.
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