I'm over 21 unmarried child of an US citizen parents, currently studying with F1 visa. Is there a way for expedite my process? I've been checking the green card bulletin on the Government website and there are 2 charts with dates for filing visa applications, which chart should I follow? Also, I already receive a letter with a NVC and Invoice number. The letter stated that a NVC in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil will do the interview, I'm in the United States so should or could change who is handling my documentation? Also, do you think that NVC could be slower than process that are handled in the US? What will be the difference between interviewing in the US and in Brazil? After the interview, if I get granted the green card can I come back to the US at the same day without the official card?
The FORM I – 130 seems to have been approved in your case and transferred to the NVC. If you remain in lawful status, you will be able to file for adjustment of status with USCIS at the time that your priority date is reached. Keep in mind that you can not expedite your case and you will need to continue checking your priority date with the Visa Bulletin as presented in the USCIS website. Good luck to you.
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