If you married a US citizen, then no. The marriage makes you an intending immigrant and therefore ineligible to enter the US on an F-1 visa.
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I agree with Mr. Ferrari. It is not wise to delay the AOS application, and certainly not wise to travel until you are LPR.
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F visa is not dual intent, meaning your marriage to a us citizen, and the implied intent to remain permanently in the us, could prevent your reentry into the us if you leave. Consult with an immigration lawyer to discuss the risks, benefits and options. Many, such as me, will work with you in a payment plan for the adjustment process.