Please speak to an attorney in person. You matter is rather complicated and one will need more information to give you proper advice. Good Luck!
Hopefully you qualify for the provisonal waiver and will only have to remain abroad for a short while. Your chances of having that outcome would be strengthened if you work with an attorney experienced in waivers.
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Depends on how long it takes you to get an approved I-130, obtain the provisional waiver, make travel plans, do the medical exam, and get an immigrant visa appointment in that order.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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If you have the assistance of an attorney you may only be abroad for a few days at the most.
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