Hello Janet. No such thing as a stupid question when it comes to immigration. Please note that the EB-3 category is quite backlogged. And it does not necessarily jump by a month or two each time a calendar month goes by. The category can also "retrogress," meaning it can also go backward. This is because the cutoffs date prior to your must be cleared first and often the visa bulletin does not properly relflect your true wait time. Once you do get the green card, it will not be subject to a two year condition. Make sure you have an experienced immigration attorney to help you. Regards.
No 2 years condition in your case. it takes somewhere between 3 months to over 1 year.
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CIS usually takes 4 -6 months after filing but may take longer. You will receive a 10 year card if approved. The CIS filing fees are $1070 per applicant, minor children have a reduced fee as of today.
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