You did not specify how long you have overstayed. If you have been out of status and accumulating unlawful presence for more than 180 days , you will trigger a bar upon your departure from the U.S. If you decide not to depart the U.S. the few options that you have to attain legal status include the U visa, asylum , etc. You should consider visiting an experienced immigration attorney to assess your case.
On the facts presented, you cannot become a legal resident in the USA
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There are many different paths to you adjusting your status to be able to stay in the US legally. You need to discuss your specific situation with an immigration attorney.
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