It sounds like you committed fraud and will have issues with that. Hire an immigration attorney to see what can be done. It is not a simple process and may not be possible.
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You can certainly apply for permanent residency through marriage. You will have to explain why you did not go to school, if the officer determines you committed fraud you will need a waiver and can also have your application denied and sent to an immigration judge. Get help from an immigration attorney.
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This is more information than you previously posted and I encourage you to retain a lawyer, fully disclose everything so that you and your spouse can have an accurate assessment of your situation.
Depends on wether you are marrying a US citizen or not.
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Your chance of success (permanent residence) depends upon your specific facts. The interviewing immigration officer will ask of you attended school and if you will have to explain this in detail. Your marriage will also be analyzed carefully and the officer will determine if they believe it is genuine or fraudulent. You may wish to obtain a second legal opinion so you fully understand your options.
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