do yourself and your spouse a favor, hire an experienced immigration lawyer. If you married after 92 days - you created other problems. Serious problems.
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Fiancé needs to go back to his/her country and you need to refile and pay the fee again, unless, of course fiancée is from, say Pakistan (and is a woman) & has a "credible fear" of going back to her country.
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Yes. You will have a bunch of issues though. You need to talk to an immigraiton lawyer.
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Hello hope that you are well. Please make sure that you talk to an attorney from what you are describing you may be in a pickle. The EAD is a derivative privileged that is given to applicants that have certain pending applications. However, when the principal application dies, the EAD dies with it. Best of luck!