Congratulations on your engagement!
I would agree with everything my colleague said - given that this is a change in circumstances long enough after both the B-2 entry and the F-1 change of status (both of which require the intent to only visit the U.S. and return, rather than do something indicating the intent to stay like marry a citizen), there is no problem here.
I would only add that, even before a marriage-based petition is filed, I would advise against using the F-1 to travel out off the U.S. because of this intent issue.
Consult an aattorney about the green card filing for further info.
Goods luck to you both!
Yes, you can. Congratulations! Once you finish getting married you will probably be eligible for adjustment of status. You can read more about marriage petitions on our website.
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