If you are legally married to a foreign national at the time of filing your I-485, it is generally best to have your spouse file an I-485 as a derivative at the same time. They should still maintain non-immigrant status if at all possible. If she properly maintains her F-1, the I-485 filing should not impact her H-1B eligibility later on, as H-1B is a dual-intent form of status.
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All questions on immigration forms must be answered truthfully. If your priority date is current, your spouse should apply for adjustment of status.
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Yes, include the spouse in the application.
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