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The first three on this list are for foreign nationals who are legally in the US. The spouse and other immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen can seek adjustment of status from a non-immigrant visa to LPR. An LPR can sponsor someone who is here on a work visa and wants an AoS to become a permanent resident.
The other two entries regarding cancellation and suspension are valid mechanisms towards an AoS for aliens who have been here for 10 or 7 years respectively, have a good moral character and if their removal would cause a lot of hardship to them and their family members who are U.S. citizens or LPRs.
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Did you know?
You can file for an immigrant visa and the Adjustment of Status application concurrently.
Categories for which the immigrant visa can be obtained immediately, such as immediate family of a U.S. citizen, can make a "concurrent filing" for the visa and the adjustment of Status to permanent resident.