Suppose you plan to travel to the United States on a nonimmigrant visa. In that case, you should know the difference between a change of your status and an adjustment of status.
Do you want to go to the United States on an immigrant visa and get a green card? If you are applying from outside the US, you have to go through consular processing.
Family-Based green card route
Employment-Based green card route
To change your nonimmigrant status, you have to file Form I-539 (Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status) and submit the fees to the USCIS. The filing fee for I-539 is $370, and in addition to that, you also have to pay $85 as biometric service fees.