Not a good idea. Consulate process for CR1
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As an immediate relative you will be fine to file to adjust from inside the country. You do however have special circumstantances and I strongly suggest you work with an experienced immigration attorney who knows the law regarding dual intent and its application to immediate relatives.
As you can see ... there is no one, simple, answer to your question.
Technically you 'should' be able to adjust. But, you are correct in being concerned about the most-recent entry having been an unintentional 'misrepresentation' as to your 'intent/purpose' for that particular trip.
Con't file papers w/o the assistance of an attorney.
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