Based on marriage, you need to show that you have legally entered the United States, the beneficiary, or the person has been covered under INA-245-I, meaning that they either filed a labor certification or some type of family-based petition before April 30, 2001.
You are going to have to demonstrate it is a real marriage.
The beneficiary, your spouse, is going to have to show that they are admissible to the United States.
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