If you are a US Citizen, and if your husband was admitted or paroled into the United States, and if the I-130 is approved, then your husband might be eligible to submit the I-485.
If you are a Permanent Resident, and if your husband is in the United States without authorization, then he likely will not be eligible to submit the I-485.
I suggest you consult with an immigration attorney to have the best chance of success.
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No. Only when I130 is approved you can file. Time to hire an immigration attorney, don't you think?
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You can file an I-485 if you are in legal status. USCIS may be investigating the bona fides of your marriage.
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1. Not if you are an LPR and not a citizen, and the priority date is not yet current.
2. I-130s filed by LPRs, as opposed to USCs do not carry the same priority in the eyes of USCIS, given that there will not be an immigration t visa number that will be available for at least a year anyway..
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When priority date becomes current you can file 485.
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You cannot file an I485 until the I130 is approved. That should have happened 5-7 months after it was filed. YOu are approaching two years, possibly more. If that were my petition, I'd have already hired a lawyer to figure this out. There's no way to tell you why yours is delayed without representing you to find out. There are many possible explanations.