Without any more information it is impossible to answer your question, or Ione of us will have to give you an overview of the US Immigration Law. Therefore, see a good lawyer in your area.
Look into national interest waiver, for starters.
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You should consult with an immigration attorney one on one. A lot more information would be needed to determine your other options, including your country of nationality, education, years of experience, family members in the US, availability of finances for investment purposes, etc. This forum is simply not the place to make many of these details public.
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