No, it will not be considered fraud if it is not fraud
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The marriage won't be a problem.
But, I'm concerned about you entering on a B (temporary visitor) visa that requires non-immigrant intent.
I am also concerned by your use of the word 'agency' and not 'immigration lawyer.
Meet with a lawyer ... do NOT let non-attorney people in an HR department, or an agency, do these papers.
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Not on that basis.
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The timing of your marriage is not concerning. However, the terms of you employment offer give me some concern. First off, you are here on a visitor visa which is not duel intent (this could problematic for the application if not handled carefully). Second, your use of the term "agency" prompts more questions. Visitor status does not allow you to be in the US in search of work. If I were you I would find an immigration attorney who could perform a careful examination of the facts to make sure you are on a good footing for the EB2.
Not to mention, you must go through PERM before submitting your i-140 and this generally takes a while - you need to have valid underlying status while this is going on.