Only the I-130. You then have to wait for your EB3 priority date to become current.
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Eng & Nishimura
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Your mother should file an I-130 petition for you as soon as possible. That is probably the surest way toward your residence. I would strongly suggest that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney for the best advice.
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As a U.S. citizen, your mom could file an I-130 immigrant visa petition for her daughter. Depending on whether you are married or single, the category is currently backlogged between 7-10 years.
You should note that the TN category requires that you have non-immigrant intent and the filing of an immigrant visa petition on your behalf can have an impact on this.
I recommend consulting an immigration attorney to discuss permanent resident options.
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