Yes! Assuming you are othereise not inadmissible, you can adjust status under 256(I) and your husband. Your children may or may not be able to depending on timing/age factors. I encourage you to have a detailed thorough consultation with an experience immigration attorney to verify admissibility, priority date (NVC often notifies early to begin the process), and processing issues (you won't want to proceed with NVC if you can adjust in US)
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No. The alien must have been physically present in the United States on December 21, 2000;
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You may now have another problem: "illegal presence." Before attempting to adjust status talk with an experienced immigration attorney.
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It would appear so.
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