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Thread: Violation of student visa

  1. #1
    If somebody enter the U.S on F-1 student visa and attended the school on his I-20 then drop out of the that school without finishing the course of study does he considered out of status and in violation of his visa entry terms?

    In this case does he consider out of status from the first day he put his legs in the U.S airport or from the day he dropped out without finishing the course?
    Anybody experience with student visa violation and what the regulations say?
    Thanks to all.

  2. #2
    If somebody enter the U.S on F-1 student visa and attended the school on his I-20 then drop out of the that school without finishing the course of study does he considered out of status and in violation of his visa entry terms?

    In this case does he consider out of status from the first day he put his legs in the U.S airport or from the day he dropped out without finishing the course?
    Anybody experience with student visa violation and what the regulations say?
    Thanks to all.

  3. #3
    Someone12
    Guest
    a lying scumbag is a lying scumbag, no matter how you spell it.

  4. #4
    An international student is considered out-of-status (illegal) once they drop out of school.

    I wouldn't worry too much about, though, as immigration laws don't really count. I'm sure that the U.S. Senate is currently creating a Bill that will allow you to remain in America regardless of what you do...you'll be able to bring your entire family (especially if they don't speak English - and will promise to refuse to learn - and bonus points if they also don't have a high-school diploma) and they'll all be entitled to welfare benefits and social security. It will also be discouraged for Americans to complain about this burden on their country.

  5. #5
    Someone12
    Guest
    I hope that congress sends every illegal alien to proudusc's house and explora's trailer...no doubt these two would welcome 12M dirtbags....

  6. #6
    S12 PLEASE GET OUT OF YOUR TRAILER GET A VIBRATOR AND STICK IT ALL THE WAY IN PLEASE YOU NEED TO GET BUSY AND HAVE SOMETHING BIG IN YOUR ****ING ***

  7. #7
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Depika:
    If somebody enter the U.S on F-1 student visa and attended the school on his I-20 then drop out of the that school without finishing the course of study does he considered out of status and in violation of his visa entry terms?

    In this case does he consider out of status from the first day he put his legs in the U.S airport or from the day he dropped out without finishing the course?
    Anybody experience with student visa violation and what the regulations say?
    Thanks to all. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Technically, you would be considered out of status when you drop out of school and have not notified USCIS of that event. What was the reason for dropping out of school? Are you considering changing your institution? Medical problems? Financial problems from home? Marriage?

    If you have a legitimate circumstance and wish you reinstate your F visa status, you can petition USCIS with form I-539.
    "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." John Adams on Defense of the boston Massacre

  8. #8
    I doubt if USCIS would entertain reasons such as health and money for dropping out of school. Before an alien is granted a student visa, he or she must make sure that he or she has the money to support himself/herself and is in good health (prior medical exam is required).


    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Hudson:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Depika:
    If somebody enter the U.S on F-1 student visa and attended the school on his I-20 then drop out of the that school without finishing the course of study does he considered out of status and in violation of his visa entry terms?

    In this case does he consider out of status from the first day he put his legs in the U.S airport or from the day he dropped out without finishing the course?
    Anybody experience with student visa violation and what the regulations say?
    Thanks to all. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Technically, you would be considered out of status when you drop out of school and have not notified USCIS of that event. What was the reason for dropping out of school? Are you considering changing your institution? Medical problems? Financial problems from home? Marriage?

    If you have a legitimate circumstance and wish you reinstate your F visa status, you can petition USCIS with form I-539. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

  9. #9
    Why is everyone keep talking around the answer???

    If you do not know the answer to this topics question, Don't bother trying to answer it or give your opinion.

    If you have a student visa,and you stop going to school (college),basically drop out, you have violated your visa terms and it will become unvalid and you will become deportable since the new law (after 9/11) all school,university administration is requeired by law to report the international students absence,drop out, from the university,college,or high school to Homeland Security (INS department) And no attorney,no law protects them by not being sent home.Since a international student has no rights to be here and the only right they have is and only is to be able to go to school and finish it.ONLY.The minute they stop going to school,makes the visa invalid and out of status!

  10. #10
    Who's talking about the answer? We're talking about the question and problem.

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by HBKHBK:
    Why is everyone keep talking around the answer???

    If you do not know the answer to this topics question, Don't bother trying to answer it or give your opinion.

    If you have a student visa,and you stop going to school (college),basically drop out, you have violated your visa terms and it will become unvalid and you will become deportable since the new law (after 9/11) all school,university administration is requeired by law to report the international students absence,drop out, from the university,college,or high school to Homeland Security (INS department) And no attorney,no law protects them by not being sent home.Since a international student has no rights to be here and the only right they have is and only is to be able to go to school and finish it.ONLY.The minute they stop going to school,makes the visa invalid and out of status! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

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