This is a concept that works after you have presented yourself as a non immigrant for admission. From the information you provided this period has run out and there is no fraud presumption in regards of your wife's intent when she entered the U.S. Best thing you can do is document your relationship. Good luck.
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No, not as far as preconceived intent is concerned. At least not based on the facts you provided.
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The article below touches on this issue. Best of luck.
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