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No, someone confirming that they were to marry the person in question would not make a difference to her position.
I'm terribly sorry but if she has been here illegally for less than 14 years then she will be deported. If she holds a genuine fear that she may be persecuted or killed were she to be returned to her home country then she could make an application for asylum, but there is a heavy burden of proof on asylum seekers to prove that this is genuine and she would have to submit considerable documentary evidence by way of proof.
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