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    As a student I had my i-20 expired once and then I reapplied for it and then a year after I got out of status. I stayed in the us for 5 month and then I left. do the days of unlawful presence accumulate(The time till i got the new i-20 + out of status time).

    and is there a way to know how many days exactly I was out of status

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    As a student I had my i-20 expired once and then I reapplied for it and then a year after I got out of status. I stayed in the us for 5 month and then I left. do the days of unlawful presence accumulate(The time till i got the new i-20 + out of status time).

    and is there a way to know how many days exactly I was out of status

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    • #3
      I MuSt tAkE ThE ViEw, YoUr gRaCe, ThAt wHeN A MaN EmBaRkS UpOn a cRiMe, He iS MoRaLlY GuIlTy oF AnY OtHeR CrImE WhIcH MaY SpRiNg fRoM It
      Everything comes in circles ....... The old wheel turns, and the same spoke comes up. It's all been done before, and will be again.

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      • #4
        I just did my research and i found out the following

        1- Expiration of visa has nothing to do with the status of the F-1 Student.

        2- your days of unlawful presence start when you get denied reinstatement and issuance of a new I-20

        A- http://www.upenn.edu/oip/iss/f.../f1reinstatement.pdf

        B- https://www.hvcc.edu/international/handbook.pdf

        C- http://am.nafsa.org/_/file/_/amresource/8cfr2142f.htm

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        • #5
          Illegal status starts when you leave lawful status, e.g. when you don't enroll, are expelled, not enrolled full-time, etc.

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