You can, if you're eligible. You can file 4 years 9 month after obtaining LPR status - but if you obtained your LPR status through a marriage (and you are still married to the same person), you need only wait 2 years and 9 months. In all likelihood you won't have your application processed before your green card expires, though.
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Yes, if you have held it for 5 years or 3 years if married to USC.
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Yes, if you are otherwise eligible to apply for naturalization.
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