Depends on the stage. But basically, nothing happens. You can have both processes. The adjustment through your spouses will be much faster. But maybe you should speak with your employer to prevent dual filings and unnecessary costs and expenses. Definitely work with an attorney.
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It depends on what you mean by green card process. If the employer has filed an I-485, you should not need another one for the visa your wife files. Get a lawyer to help you, the details are quite important.
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