Yes, that is always advisable when filing out government applications.
Kindly note that if you are going to file for a marriage based green card, periods of unauthorized employment do not court against you and you will not get penalized for it.
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Being honest is the best policy. If you feel that it will have an adverse affect then I suggest that you retain an attorney to help you with this matter.
It is never acceptable to provide false information when requesting a benefit with USCIS. If you are concerned that your honest response on a form or in an interview may cause complications in your case, I highly recommend that you discuss your situation with an attorney. Every case is different, and hiring someone to guide you through the process may be the best option.
You need to disclose all the info; it doesn't really hurt you if you are married to the US citizen. If you are untruthful: that can hurt you a lot.
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