You are already married; you do NOT have to submit a Fiancée petition per your wife!
After the I-130's approval you will get written instructions on now to proceed from the National Visa Center in Portsmouth, NH.
Call the nearest US consulate's American Citizen Services dept; ask for urgent assistance with this.
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I agree with my colleague.
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There is no question in your posting.
There is virtually no difference in time between getting a K-3 visa and getting an immigrant visa.
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Once the I-130 is approved, the case will be forwarded to the National Visa Center for consular processing.
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