It may be great opportunity for your wife to get her adjustment application filed while priority date is current. Just make sure to consult a lawyer about specifics of your case, since there may be an issue of preconceived intent.
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It can be possible to apply to change your wife's status from visitor to permanent resident green card holder beginning August 2013. This is a great opportunity for petitioners like yourself at this time. However, there should be a word of caution: I wonder what was indicated on her application to extend her stay as a visitor. Be careful when filling out government forms that they be truthful. It seems to me that if you had mentioned you married on the extension request she likely would have been denied the extension. Immigration officers review your history of filings looking for problems and this can cause difficulties at her green card interview, even a bar for misrepresentation. You should be working with an immigration attorney on her filings to keep her safe.
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Yes and as soon as August 1. The August "current" situation will not last long.
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