Priority status determines applicant's category and visa availability. Please consult an experienced immigration lawyer on any procedure.
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Check visa bulletin to categories and priority dates. http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/law-and-policy/bulletin/2015/visa-bulletin-for-december-2014.html
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This question was asked twice. There is not enough information is provided here. However, if you have a felony conviction, your immigration status is at risk.
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