In that case, should I leave the country and get a new visa and come back?
It depends on why it is rejected and whether or not they deem you to be out of status.
Meet with an attorney and the school's foreign student adviser to avoid a denial.
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I have the same question as my colleague. I wonder why you seem concerned about your COS being rejected? Also, he is absolutely correct. If your COS is rejected a lot depends on the reason why
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I agree with my colleagues, retaining the services of an immigration lawyer to ensure the application is well prepared.