Welcome back to the Wefugees Community and thank you for reaching out to us again.
First of all, congratulations and all the best for your marriage!
As spouse of an EU citizen, you probably applied for a residency permit for family members of nationals of EU member states? You can find an overview of the respective requirements following the link. It will be necessary, for instance, that you are "cohabiting in Germany as a family with a citizen of the EU who is entitled to free movement" (being i.e. an employee in Germany).
What exactly do you mean when referring to "deportation advice"? It is hardly to tell (without knowing your general situation well) why the immigration office issued another "Duldung" (temporary suspension of the deportation) - but one reason might be your application for the residence permit. As long as you hold a valid Duldung, there is no immediate threat for a deportation.
In general, it can make sense to get individual and holistic support in a migration counselling office. Especially when you are afraid of a deportation or you are struggling with the communication of/with the immigration office (Auslaenderbehoerde). Let us know if you need help in finding such counselling services close to your place.
All the best,