You definitely need to consult with an immigration attorney. Bring copies of all of your immigration-related documents, including copies of your I-485 application and any other applications or petitions, and the USCIS documents, including the denial. An attorney will be able to work with you to plan the best course of action.
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While this is bad news, it is fixable if you have competent counsel helping you. If you lack valid status in the U.S., you could be subject to removal, so it is important that you act quickly. You should speak with an attorney as soon as possible.
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Unfortunately no attorney can sum up in a few words what you should do as it should be pretty obvious that your situation is complex. You need to speak to a competent attoney and see what the best course of action is for your case.
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They should have given you an opportunity to appeal within 30 days. If you are still withing these 30 period, I would strongly urge you to contact an immigration lawyer.