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    Why should it take a year or 2 for a citizenship when our friends resently got it for 6 months from the day they applied?

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    There is a lot of uncertainty about the timing of I-130. Even when your spouse applies for naturalization at the end of 2004, it may take her another 1-2 years to become USC.

    It makes a good sense to get I-140 process going. Also consider DV path.

    Good luck.

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    Of course my H1 doesn't efect my I-130, but this is not what I'm asking here, you guys!

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    I don't have an EAD, beacuse my spouse is an LPR, not a citizen yet! I wish there is someone who knows enough to respond to that issue..

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    The H1-b visa allows dual intent so the fact that you have a pending i-130 should have no effect on your h1-b.

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    Do you already have your EAD through your spouse? If so I wouldn't bother filing again.

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    No, you don't understand, my spouse has filed the I-130 already. My question is because that petition is expected to be approved in 2005 if I file I-140 thru employer in few months would I be able to adjust status before 2005 based on my employment or it's not worth it filing a second immigrant petiton?

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    You don't have to wait till your spouse becomes a citizen. As long as she as an LPR she can file the petition on your behalf.

    Marriage based petitions tend to be a little bit faster but this is not an exact science as case by case differs.



    http://members.lycos.co.uk/usimmigra...pbb2/index.php

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    Hi! Guys, please give me an advice. My situation is like this: I'm waiting for an H1 approval, employer willing to sponsor for a green card after that, but at the same time I have a I-130 pending for spouse of a green card holder. The green card holder won't become a citizen before 2005 (can apply end of 2004). Should I wait for my spouse to become a citizen or should I file for a green card thru employment? Whichever would be faster in your opinion? Thank you all!

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    I-130 or I-140? Help?

    Hi! Guys, please give me an advice. My situation is like this: I'm waiting for an H1 approval, employer willing to sponsor for a green card after that, but at the same time I have a I-130 pending for spouse of a green card holder. The green card holder won't become a citizen before 2005 (can apply end of 2004). Should I wait for my spouse to become a citizen or should I file for a green card thru employment? Whichever would be faster in your opinion? Thank you all!
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