No, it will not affect any party at this stage, since I assume the employer barely filed or is about to file the PERM application, the first step in the employment-based green card process.
Once the PERM is approved and the employer moves on to the I-140 petitioning stage with USCIS, the wife's name better be included in the petition, in order for the wife to be able to adjust status together with her husband once the husband"s priority date becomes current.
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Yes, if you both want it to
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The answer to your question depends on exactly what you mean be "affect either party." The marriage would give the F-1 spouse the ability to change status to H-4, and to immigrate with the H-1B spouse.
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Marriage will not affect the green card process or status of either party. When you enter, use F-1 if you wish to go back to school, or use H-4 if you will follow-to-join your H-1B spouse.
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