You can adjust at the immigration court as well and you may wish to contact the Chief Counsel's office to ask if they agree to termination. You cannot just file a motion to terminate.
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You may contact the assistant chief counsel and see if they will consent to terminate. If so, the ACC will file a joint-motion to terminate and remand to USCIS for adjustment of status. Contact immigration attorney to assist you with this.
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Since your father is already in proceedings, you cannot adjust administratively. However, if your father does not have any issues that may preclude his adjustment, he can adjust before the immigration judge. Just do not pay any fees until you are instructed to do so by the Court, because you may lose your money if you file improperly.
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Your first step should be to hire an immigration attorney. You stand almost no chance of navigating this complicated mine field without utilizing a professional. The attorney will have to file to adjust status with the immigration court or move to terminate proceedings. Again to do this correctly you will need to hire an attorney. My firm handles such cases in NY.
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