Is it swifter if beneficiary case is dealt in usa (if beneficiary is in usa) or in UK consulate?It is I130 petition for lien relative. Section:unmarried son or daughter(21 or older ) of USC
If you are the beneficary, and you are age 21 or older, and the petitioner is your US Citizen parent, then you are NOT an immediate relative for purposes of immigration law, and you must wait for your priority date to become current, as listed every month in the Visa Bulletin.
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Your question is confusing, as you use "immediate relative " and F-1 preference category references. Yes, there are quotas on the F-1 preference category. There are no quotas on immediate relatives.
What is most expeditious depends on numerous factors. Contact an immigration attorney for an analysis of your case and help navigating the process. It will be money well spent.
If you are the unmarried son or daughter of a U.S. citizen and you are in the U.S. you must remain in lawful status before you can adjust status. The visa must be available in the first preference category before you can file the FORM I-485.
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