Have you talked to an attorney? There are many non-profit agencies, such as Catholic Charities, Lutheran Family Services, etc. that can help.
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1. If you got prima Facia determination, you should not be worried about the I-130 at this point.
2. There are several issues related to your case that need an expert to answer. I agree with my colleague, there are many organizations along with private practices that you can seek assistance from with your case.
The I-360 prima facie determination entitles you to certain benefits so you need to get an excellent consult immediately with competent counsel. Once I-360 is approved file I-485. The adjustment should take between 6-12 months. Since you have the prima facie determination the I-130 is not needed at this point. But get help now in a private consultation ASAP. Good luck!
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