Nothing legally precludes you from applying under multiple categories. You need a thorough analysis of your credentials to see if you meet the EB1 standards. It is actually quite common to apply under both EB1 and EB2 as much of the legal standard and evidence is the same or similar.
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You could if you are eligible for it. You need to consult with an attorney regarding your eligibility.
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You should have your situation reviewed by providing your entire professional and academic background. Also include an updated resume and then schedule a consult with an immigration attorney. Best Wishes!
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