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Hello everyone 

I'm new to the journey lol however I got a question don't be rude :) im mom filed a i-130 for me years ago now I'm in the u.s overstated my visa:(  but fell in love :) now I'm married and my husband wants to file my i-130 should my mom cancel the old i-130 or since I overstated it  automatically cancel and my husband can go ahead with the filing just need a bit of advice before we start 

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8 hours ago, USS_Voyager said:

He can go ahead and file. Your mom’s petition is no longer relevant. You cannot adjust through that petition. Did you enter properly via a visa? What kind? How long ago?

A b2 visa it's been over a year now since I'm here.

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