What are the requirements and does it need to be that you have both visas?
For example, you entered the country on B1/B2 but you also have a F1 visa. Like, we need to do filing and stuff at the school before the reporting date and the 30 days allotment.
If you entered on B-1/2, you need to change your status to F-1 if you have a valid I-20 and are admitted to school
Check with the university DSO
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Once you file properly and timely with respective documents the status change may take several weeks or even a couple of months. Once the request is accepted you will be notified of the decision by mail. If need to keep your F-1 current with I-20 you may do so to addend the school where you studied prior.
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