Not if she is a USC and petitions for you are 60 days of your arrival. Consult an immigration attorney since WV can be tricky when it comes to adjustment of status.
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She petitions you and you may be able to adjust status in the US.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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You can file to adjust in the US but I would not do so without an attorney since WV can be problematic if out of status.
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One tricky thing in your case will be to prove that you actually didn't already come with the intent to get married and stay in the US. That being said, it doesn't mean it's impossible. You should definitely consult with and retain an immigration attorney to help you with your case.
Feel free to call my office if you would like to discuss it further. Good luck, and congratulations on your marriage!
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