I applied for my wife's F2A visa.
It is in process since last 1 year and still going to take more than 1 year.
Is there any other way i can get her in USA before cut off date get current? ... on any temporary status or any thing else.
Nope. Sorry. The "immigrant intent" of that I-130 petition you filed on her behalf pretty much "seals the fate" of any non-immigrant visa she may apply for coming in the US, with the sole notable exception of the H-1B "work" visa (for university diplomates, employed in "speciality occupations"), which allows for "dual intent" but the time for that is now past, since employers have already filed all their petitions already and there won't be any H-1B visas until Oct. 1, 2018 (and by that time the Trumpster might see to it that it looks quite different than it does today..)
Of course, there are also the L-1A and L-1B visas, but I don't think your wife qualifies, with an overseas "employer", and etc.
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