No you can not file for him not can he adopt you
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There is no way you can file for him individually at this point - the marriage creating the relationship would need to have happened before you turned 18.
Your mother's petition for him may actually take much longer than two years - speak with an attorney.Ask a similar question
If the marriage was after you turned 18yrs then you cannot file for your step-father. Your mother will have to become a U.S. citizen to file for her spouse, as her immediate relative, otherwise she can file as a lawful permanent resident but her spouse will have to wait a few years before he can adjust his status.
Unfortunately, you cannot petition him. Your mom will need to do so, and he will need to wait until she is a US citizen or his priority date becomes current in order to immigrate.
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Your mother will have to petition for him.
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