You may be able to expedite processing. The same laws still apply.
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you do not tell us your status here and your husband is only an LPR right now. You probably will need to wait until he naturalizes (which can be expedited as a member of the military) and then you would be able to adjust
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No. Your priority date must be current or he must become a US citizen in order for you to be able to immigrate.
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