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Does this depend on school? like are there specific schools or I can apply to any school. Cost is not an Issue, but if you go to school won't your case be dropped from IJ? So, if I get a letter of intent to deny and if its been referred to IJ, I can still apply to school?
Thank you so much, one last question, it is just opinion though. I have applied for Asylum while in my OPT (from completing my BS) and right now I do have 45 days of grace period, so what if I do not get my Asylum interview in these 45 days, technically I will be out of status from f1, but my question is, Does it matter or affect any decision if I filled Asylum on my OPT but during my interview I lose my status. your help is much appreciated. Thank you so much again! Cheers!
So you are saying that I should remain in Status while the time of interview? And after that I can excuse my f1 and apply to college based on EAD if approved?
Thank you so much! So, in your expertise what do you suggest me, I should maintain f-1 status until my interview or I should be out of status so that they will refer my case to IJ? Please help! thank you.
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