Hello Gloria, my name is ***** ***** I will be the new immigration attorney helping you today. I have almost 10 years experience in Immigration law.
I'm sorry about the confusion earlier with your other answer. I will do my best to be as clear as possible.
My answer is different. If you were a permanent resident when you petitioned your son while he was unmarried, and then he married then that I-130 is INVALIDATED. It can no longer be used at all and the priority cannot be retained for anything. This is true even if your husband, his father was a US citizen at the time. This is because you were the petitioner, not your husband. What should have happened is If his father was a US citizen, he should have also submitted a petition for him that way if your son got married, his I-130 would still be valid. Unfortunately , your husband would just have to submit a new I-130 now.
I'm so sorry that I don't have better news. I wish I did but I have to be honest with you. I do hope that I have answered your original question clearly.
Good luck to you and I hope this answer has helped you!
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