All American Immigration | Tom Youngjohn
I recommend you get second opinion from a another immigration attorney. If someone applied for your dad before April 30th, 2001, and you were a minor and physically present in the US in near the end of December, 2000, then you could be eligible to marry a US citizen (out of love) and pay $2,490 in filing fees, plus any lawyer's fees, and adjust status to get a green card. If you are not ineligibe for having left and returned to the US, have certain criminal convictions, etc. I'm sorry if the first thing I said does not apply. In the alternative, if your dad got a green card through marriage to a US citzen, and the marriage happened before you turned 18, then the US citizen could apply for you as their "child" even though you are just a step child. Either way, you don't need to be living with your dad. If he wants to sexually molest you, you might qualilfy for a U visa.
Answer Applies to: Washington
Fong & Associates | William D. Fong
It depends on how old you are and if you are married. Your father should get second opinions on immigration questions as your residence with him, does not generally affect the ability for him to have included you in his petition. It may be too late now to add you as a "following to join". Your father can always start the petition process for you, but there are backlogs in the FB-2 category.
Answer Applies to: Texas
Law Office of Immigration & International Trade Law | Linda Liang
Somebody has to sponsor you. An employer, a direct family member....
Answer Applies to: Florida