DACA doesn't give you the ability to adjust status ... you MUST leave the US to get your visa. But, with an attorney, you can minimize the amount of time you are out.
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You will not eligible to seek adjustment of status.
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I agree that DACA does not prove an immigration status so you cannot adjust in the U.S. But, if you, a family member or an employer filed an I-130, I-140, I-526 or labor certification on or before April 30, 2001 you might be able to pay a fine and adjust in the U.S.
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Based on the facts you posted, you do not apply for adjustment UNLESS you are section 245i eligible. otherwise you will consular process with an I601a waiver
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