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Generally speaking, an alien admitted C-1 as an alien in transit is eligible for adjustment of status and can become a permanent resident without having to leave the United States, assuming he is otherwise admissible. However, under your facts you did not intend to transit the United States, but to visit your girlfriend. Thus, there is a potential visa fraud issue that must be addressed as it can effect your ability to become a permanent resident. Click on the link below for more information.
Consult with an immigration attorney who is experienced in dealing with C-1 visa issues. He or she can review the facts of your case and advise you the best way to proceed.
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Dear Sir, yours is a very important question. The US immigration law does not bar a person in transit with a visa from adjusting status. I have had such clients adjust status, however each case is different and must be evaluated on its own merits. Further, there is a potential issue of your actual intent when you entered. I recommend meeting with an immigration expert about your issue and to discuss your possible solutions thoroughly. Best regards.