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Thanks for your response.
However, kindly explain further on the necessity to enter US seperately.
Also, what will be the best excuse to give for changing our staus to F1 in US and not our home Country.
In additon, if i chose to apply in my Home Country for the F1 and get denied, would it affect the outcome of my application for change of status if i later come to the US to apply after being denied in my Country?
Having obtained approval for change in staus, must the Visa stamping be done in my home country or can it be done in any other country? Is it guaranteed that my home country would stamp the visa once the F1 is appproved in US?
I promise to give a bonus and sign up if these questions are well answered.
Awaiting your response.
Thank you so much.
I would really need your help as i go on with the process.
Is it possible to sign up and have you as the only Lawyer who will attend to me?
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