It will take years for a visa to become available. Unless you maintain valid non-immigrant status, you will need to wait outside the US
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Although theoretically possible, in practice it is not. That category is currently backlogged by at least six to ten years based on current priority dates.
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Difficult to answer without knowing more facts. This particular category is so backed up. You will have to make a cost benefit analysis to see if it is worth staying or not. However, if you do decide to stay, you will have to keep your nonimmigrant status.
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