It appears that, based on your information, you are now a Lawful Permanent Resident, and you are in possession of a green card that is valid for 10 years. Congratulations!
USCIS will not grant permanent resident status to a person who already has permanent resident status. Although it is not clear exactly what USCIS will do with your family-based I-485, they might deny it based simply on the fact that you are already a permanent resident.
USCIS should issue a decision (approval or denial) of the pending I-130 Petition, based on the evidence they have.
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Because you have received your greencard based upon employment, issuance of Green-card based o family based petition should be dismissed as moot.
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Now what will happen to the family base application?
It will be cancelled, as you are already a permanent resident.
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You are a permanent resident based upon the Employment Based petition. The I-130 should be approved if there is a bona-fide good-faith marriage. The second I-485 will probably be denied if you have already adjusted status.