Again, you need a consultation, not a brief comment in passing.
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Unfortunately not. You are deemed to have been out of status from the day your I-94 expired and you are currently accumulating "unlawful presence". Accumulate 6 months worth and you will be deemed to be "inadmissible" for 3 years once you depart; accumulate 1 year or more = 10 year banishment from the U.S.! Better make plans to leave at once. Hopefully not already too late. As for returning, you will undoubtedly run into problems. Spend a fistful of dollars to schedule a phone or Skype interview with an excellent immigration attorney to analyze your case & options available to you. You would be a fool not to. It is not in a free, general forum such as this that you are going to find a solution to your problems and decide upon the best strategy with which to push forward..
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Depends on how long you stayed in the US after your visa expired, and if you ever filed for an extension. If you were here over 6 months after visa expiry, perhaps you would fit into one of the exceptions for obtaining a green card. Suggest you speak with an attorney in person.
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I agree with the previous answers. There are possible solutions, best discuss them in person or by telephone with an attorney. Do it ASAP.
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