The next step is applying for your green card. However, you will have to wait until your priority date matches the cutoff date in the US State Department visa bulletin for your country of nationality. You have about a five year wait now unless you are Mexico or the Philippines which is about a twenty year wait. You may have other options and should consult with an immigration attorney.
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Waiting until priority date becomes available by checking here: http://travel.state.gov/visa/bulletin/bulletin_1360.html.
Of course you should already have consulted with an attorney to see if you'd be eligible to adjust status (if you're in the us) or what to expect and how to prepare for consular processing (if you're abroad).
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