Very likely the officer is going to request for you to file an I-601 waiver> you are going to need an experienced immigration attorney to help you with the preparation of the waiver.Ask a similar question
It is impossible for an attorney to state what is going to happen particularly when, as here, the attorney does not have all the facts.
Possible outcomes are:
1) A request for a waiver.
2) A denial
3) An approval
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A three months overstay does not bar you from adjusting your status. It is otherwise not possible to predict what could be the problem without reviewing the case.
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Assuming you entered the other times using the visa waiver program after
overstaying, you were technically ineligible for admission using the
visa waiver program. There was a question on the I94W form which would
have asked you about this. Failing to answer it truthfully could be the
basis for a fraud finding. You should consult with an experienced
immigration attorney who can review your case and advise you how best to
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