You will get a time estimate here: www.myprioritydate.com
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I agree, but it is purely speculation. In addition, more information is needed to determine whether you may have done something in the past to disqualify you from entering the U. S. with an immigration visa. You may want to double check with an experienced immigration attorney.
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Right not they are giving visas to people who applied on December 22, 2005. So there's an estimate of about 8 years, but it's just an estimated. You can check periodically at this site: http://travel.state.gov/visa/bulletin/bulletin_5834.html