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I simple disorderly conduct should not necessarily cause a denial of your F-1 student status as long as you did not admit to any of the elements of a more serious crime. When you renew your status or apply for a change of status or when you travel, you will need to have a certified copy of the police report and court disposition so that you can prove the details of your situation and how the case closed. I would get three sets of certified copies. One to submit to USCIS when you have to apply for something, one to have with you whenever you travel back into the U.S., and one to keep safe as a backup. And also, sealing or expunging the case does NOT erase it from government records. Immigration can ALWAYS see that arrest and conviction. So if you seal or expunge, you must still report it to USCIS when they ask in forms or in person.
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