I got an approved I-130 (F3 category) and my priority date is July 27th 2011 (not current). I have a 5 years no immigrant visa (B1/B2) and I am currently in USA, I would like stay and work here.
You have stated no basis for remaining in the USA. Also be advisewd that if you overstay your visa risk being subject to a bar from the USA without a waiver. Make sure to leave according to the date on your I-94.
I have 33 years experience and practice immigration law only. My answer to your question is general in nature and not to be construed as legal advise or as establishing an attorney-client relationship. For additional discussion regarding your personal situation a scheduled consultation is required.
The answer to your question will depend on a number of different factors including your current immigration status, education and prior work experience. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and advise you as to the options available and how best to proceed.
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