No. It is not possible in your case, UNLESS, despite having filed for marriage based AOS, you were to still be in valid nonimmigrant status. If that were the case, then you could withdraw your pending I-485, with your USC spouse withdrawing the pending I-130, then file the DV based I-485, but only if your number is current under the visa bulletin. Isn't it much easier to wait for the processing of your marriage based case?
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To apply for adjustment of status one needs to be in a valid nonimmigrant status on the day application is made. Pending I-485 is NOT a valid nonimmigrant status. Talk to an immigration attorney.
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It all depends on whether you are in status or not. Being an applicant for adjustment of status is not status.
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You mentioned you overstayed your visa years ago - if you have been out of status before filing your I-485 through marriage, then you would not be able to adjust even if you won the DV lottery unless you are eligible under 245(I) (i.e. a petition was filed for you on or before April 30, 2001 or you were a derivative beneficiary of such petition).
If you live in Austin, you should be getting your interview at the San Antonio office at any day now.
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