No, you have to be in status to apply for change of status.
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There is no such thing. You can be petitioned but you have to exit prior to the180-day mark of unlawful presence.
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Unfortunately because you lost status you cannot. If you need assistance you should contact an experienced immigration attorney to sort out this issue. If you would like you can contact me at 404.971.2125 and we can discuss your options. Good luck!
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