Yes it is possible. Is your dad a US citizen? Contact an immigration lawyer now.
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You are not eligible for adjustment of status if you entered the USA as EWI. For the rest of the conversation, advise your dad to take you to see an immigration attorney.
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As my colleagues stated, your dad can apply for a green card for you. If he is a US citizen it will go much faster than if he is a permanent resident.
I agree with Mr. Segal on the adjustment issue. You will probably need to leave the US for consular processing. You may not need a waiver, however, since you are not yet 18. Talk to an immigration attorney to get specific advice on how to best accomplish your green card quest.
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