I am an F1 student visa, i entered the US 8 months ago, and my original I 20 was only for 6 months, and then my school renewed the I 20 and sent me a new copy that was valid for 1 year, but when i entered the airport, i gave the officer the original one, and they stamped this one. And after finished my English course, I then transferred to another school, it is my first semester, and some days ago i was sent an email and informed from US embassy of my country that my visa was revoked. What can i do in the USA, can i solve my revoked visa, do you think it is related to my I 20 and misunderstanding about it? do you think can i reinstate an application, and try to hold my currently F1 visa again?
The first line of inquiry is with your current DSO from your current school. They would have needed to issue a new I-20 and transfer you in SEVIS. Then your F-1 visa stamp may still be cancelled as it may contain the old school's information. You may have lawful status and just need to re-stamp the next time you depart.
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Have you talked with your DSO?
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Inquire for possible mistakes with the school DSO. Additionally, prepare a new I-20 for SEVIS submission to review the cancellation, if the new I-20 will remedy that.
For any additional inquiries see an immigration attorney in person.
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