You need an experienced immigration attorney now. There are many in California. You can look on the web at www.AILA.org for one in your area.
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I agree with the other attorneys. You should speak with an attorney that can assess your case and see what your best options are. Documents of any convictions, prior petitions for residency, and family documents (especially showing citizenship of your father) could be very important. Best of luck.