Adjustment of status based on an Immediate Relative petition [such as spouse of US citizen] requires you to be lawfully admitted into the U.S. There is no requirement that you be in lawful nonimmigrant status.
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Can you get married and file for an IV? Yes
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Of course a person can't get married to a U.S. Citizen in order to become a permanent resident. The person marries a U.S. Citizen in the normal course of their relationship and then applies to adjust status, as a result of the relationship, not as a means to obtain status. The distinction is important to consider where the person is already out of status. They need to prove the relationship is real, and not just a way to get residence. Such a person should work with an attorney to make sure their applications/petitions are sufficient before submitted to USCIS.
Yes denials of past visas can negatively impact your possible green card application. Consult an immigration attorney.
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Yes, you may marry a U.S. Citizen and seek a subsequent adjustment via a Petition. There are several legal requisites that must be met for a successful AOS in your case. Seek further in person guidance from a local licensed practitioner.
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Yes you can get married and file for a green card through your wife. Your status makes your file go through tougher scrutiny by the CIS, but if the marriage is bona fide, you will get the green card.
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Yes, you can. Note, however, the marriage will be evaluated for genuineness. I do recommend speaking confidentially with an attorney experienced with immigration
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Yes, one can marry. An individual
may apply for adjustment of status if he/she is in the United States or he/she may apply for an immigrant visa at a U.S. Embassy outside of the United States. That person should consult an immigration attorney to discuss the options and legalities.