You have to meet all three requirements to AOS in the U.S. 1. visa must be immediately available; 2. entered legally in the U.S. 3. not be inadmissible.
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Did you receive I-485 receipt notice or was the application returned to you? If theI-485 was returned, it was because you filed it too early. If you re-file now, assuming your priority date is current now, then you would be eligible to adjust status.
Please consult an immigration attorney. This does not constitute legal advice.
The I-130 recognizes the requisite familial relationship that is the basis of eligibility for immigration. If the visa priority date for the immigration category is current at the time of the I-130 filing, and if the immigrant entered the U.S. legally and has not violated hid/her status, the adjustment application may be filed concurrently. If it is not current, you must wait for approval of the I-130 before filing for adjustment. This filing order may not be reversed. Whether you may now file an I-485 depends on whether you are in status. You should have a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to determine why you are not eligible for adjustment.
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The 1-130 approval notice in your case is just a certification by immigration that you are married to a Legal Permanent Resident and that you are eligible to receive a green card on that basis. Obtaining the green card is a different matter. Consult with an immigration attorney regarding your options.