It really depends more on what your status is and how you came to the us than your spouse's military status though there are a number of benefits, including the possibility of expedited processing, for spouses of active duty personnel.
Please note that you're not trying to apply for us citizenship; you're pursuing permanent residence.
The best approach is for you to schedule a consultation with an attorney to review the process and assess your particular case.
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If you are applying for permanent residence you can request that your case be expedited. Attach a copy of his orders when you file the application
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If you wish to schedule an appointment please call me at 213-819-1171, my office is in Los Angeles
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