The major question is, did you indicate on your I130 that you will be adjusting in the US? It seem to me that you initially set your case for the consular processing in your native country. You need to fix this first before you can proceed.
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It's easy to make mistakes when working on your own. You've targeted your case for consulate processing and it needs to be fixed. I suggest working with an immigration attorney to help get things right.
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