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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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i found this on IAS -International Attorneys site for UK and US 

so, guess is depends on your PD date

 

https://us.iasservices.org.uk/which-is-faster-f1-or-f2b/

 

If the US sponsor goes through the naturalization process, the application is automatically converted from the F2B to F1 category.

However, some people do not wish to do this as the F1 category can be slower than the F2B.

You may be able to file a formal request with United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to retain the original category, and retain the original priority filing date.

Edited by JeanneAdil

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