You are required to be truthful on all immigration forms. You may consult with a local attorney if you need to discuss the details of your case before filing any documents with the government.
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You should always answer questions on immigration forms honestly. Lying to, or deceiving USCIS can have far worse consequences than whatever may result from answering truthfully. That said, since you're adjusting status based on your marriage to a US citizen, working without authorization is generally not an issue.