I was asked to do a I601 waiver and my kids are now living with me after they were granted a green card what nxt should happen in my situation
You haven't provided sufficient information. What was I-601 waiver for? Were you asked to submit I-601 waiver application in connection with adjustment application (I-485) in the US or the immigration visa application (DS-260) at the US Embassy/Consulate overseas? If the former, I-601 approval means I-485 should be approved as well. If the latter, then how did you enter the US? If I-601 was for 10-year bar/unlawful presence, and you entered illegally (without inspection), then you are now subject to the permanent bar and you have to wait for 10 years outside the US until you could reapply for green card.
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You will need to provide additional information in order to obtain a meaningful response. Where did you file the FORM I – 601? Did you file the request for the waiver while you were abroad? How did you enter the U. S.?
You should meet with an Immigration Attorney so they can review all the facts of your case. The 601 waiver is not a visa in of itself, rather something that is applied with a visa.
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