The f1 visa is purely for educational purposes , I do not intend to immigrate through it. Will being married cause denial or is there a chance I can get the f1 visa? If so how could I improve my case?
Just because you are married to a Green Card holder does not mean that you can't have the F1. It makes difficult though. Consult an attorney to get more help on this.
This is not a legal advise and it does NOT create any Attorney- Client relationship.
Since you are category F2A, you cannot obtain your green card right away. If you are in the United States in another non-immigrant status, you can change status for F-1 visa. If you are in the United States and are not in status, then you cannot obtain an F-1 Visa.
If you are outside the United States, it may be a challenge getting an F-1 Visa when you are married to an LPR. Reason: You need to have non-immigrant intent for F-1 but since you are married to an LPR you have immigrant intent.
if your school is far far away from your husband, then you have an argument that this is unrelated to your immigrant intent - but you do intend to immigrate and that is your f1 problem. hopefully your husbands petition for you is already in the queue so that when you do come as a resident you will qualify for a federal student loan to continue your studies.
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