Depends on the consular officer and the admitting officer. If they do not believe she will return home, then no.
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Don't try to play a 'registration game' with the US government.
Talk to a lawyer ... so that you can learn all the things about this idea that are both bad, and possibly against the law.
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Not a good idea as the F1 is nonimmigrant intent but marriage ot a USC is immigrant intent. It may be seen as visa fraud. Get married once she enters the USA
If you marry in India, she will mention that her husband is a permanent resident on her visa application. With a permanent resident spouse, she is unlikely to qualify for a non immigrant F-1 visa.
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Don't get married in India. If USCIS sees she is married to a green card holder in the U.S. and then wants to go to the U.S. on a f-1 visa (temporary visa) they will believe she plans on staying in the U.S. permanently. Don't get married until after she comes to the U.S.
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