Your question is much too confusing and too complex for an adequate answer on this forum. You definitely need to schedule an appointment with an immigration attorney in your area. You can find one on the Find a Lawyer section of this site. Make sure the lawyer speaks your language or there is an interpreter available to thoroughly and accurately analyze your case. Good Luck
I agree with Attorney Helsper that your question is too confusing to provide an answer. I do not understand what you are asking. You must wait for your peuiritt date to be current based upon your classification and country. The wait can be long but there is no way to circumvent it.
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You must correctly identify your category and then see what priority date is assigned to it, then wait for that date to become current. For example, if the date says October 2001, it means that those cases of that date are now being processed, meaning there is about a 12 year wait until something now filed would become current. You really need to contact an immigration attorney for more specific guidance in a personal consultation.
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