Answered on Feb 21st, 2011 at 2:56 PM
If you are married to a U.S. citizen you need only show a legal entry even if your visa has expired. You need to be careful though as the B-2 is a visitor visa and when you enter with this you are telling the Port of Entry officer that you intend to return and not to make the U.S. your home. You cannot enter on a B-2 with the intent to stay. You would have been better to make the decision to stay after your last entry when this was not your plan before entering.
To do it completely properly have your wife file an I-130 now (while LPR) and then when she naturalizes upgrade the case to immediate relative and remain in Jordan until you are called for your consular interview.
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