Long story. Seek a paid consultation with an immigration lawyer to be explained the possibilities that exist and analyze their feasibility in your particular situation.
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In order to provide a meaningful answer, an attorney would need to know the answers to many questions. It's relevant to know the type of visa and admission, when the entry occurred, in which category the AOS is sought, etc.
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Yes it is possible. Talk to an immigration attorney in person for more details.
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that depends among other things, on your reason for adjustment request.
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It is not possible to answer this question without more facts. Depending on those facts, it may or may not be possible. I strongly recommend you consult with an immigration attorney to determine (1) if the non-immigrant is eligible for AOS and (2) how filing AOS (if eligible) will affect the non-immigrant's current status or ability to renew that status in the future.