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Did I make a mistake?

I'm from Hong Kong and went on a trip to visit my then boyfriend last July 11th of 2019. I was intending to leave on the 21st of July 2019 so I can start working again in Hong Kong.

However, I decided to postpone my return flight because we love each other so much and we wanted more days together to bond and spend together. So I rescheduled my return flight to 8th of August 2019 instead.

This didn't turn out so well as my bank rejected the payment for the new ticket and so I had to pay a full amount to get back home which I didn't have anymore so I decided to stay here in the US for a while thinking what I can do to return home again. I was allowed to stay here for 6 months on a B2 visa so I had time to rethink everything about my life.

After months of thinking we realized we were meant for each other so I just decided to stay here because we wouldn't have been able to live apart anymore. We discussed marriage on November and we got married on December 30th 2019.

I dont know why but I feel like I'm doing something illegal even though we never intended to marry one another at first. My sole purpose was to meet the man of my dreams after almost a year of long distance relationship after meeting online. I feel like somehow,we're gonna be accused of visa fraud...

At the moment, we are in the process of Adjusting of Status,but I'm so worried =(

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