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I am sorry to hear about this situation. This should not affect her, provided that she explains that she made a mistake in the dates and she understands how USCIS would deny the visa since it has to be satisfied that the marriage plans were bona fide and the date confusion hurts that. But now that you are married, USCIS is more likely to approve the petition.
She simply has to be open with what happened. Provided that USCIS believes that the marriage is bona fide, she should receive the visa.
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