Eventually, the daughter will have to consulate process and will meed a waiver.
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The I-130 will not take into account legal status or criminal history. Rather, it shows that you are a US Citizen, that the relationship exists and that she is over 21. It is when it becomes current that all of the issues of status and criminal history come into play.
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You should speak with an attorney in private. The 130 petition will be approved because she is the daughter of a citizen. However, if she has lived illegally in the US for several years, there is a bar that will apply and stop her from getting a green card.
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Wil take an eternity under American quota. Her criminal past will not affect I-130 approval. Long illegal stay may prove to be a bar later on.
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The issue is whether she can adjust her status in the United States, or whether she would be subject to a bar for illegal status. Please, privately consult an immigration attorney. It is good that you filed, but under current law it will take over a decade and she might not qualify then. Please see an attorney. Best wishes.
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