I KNOW I POSTED THIS QUESTION BEFORE. I FORGOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT I AM WILLING TO GO BACK TO MY NATIVE COUNTRY to apply for a new student visa.
I came here 2 years ago on a tourist visa, and now I just turned 18. I understand that I have less than 6 months to go back to my native country to avoid the 10-year ban. I've been studying in a public high school.
You can always try. Make sure you have proof of admission to a school - an I-20. Also, you have to maintain your residence abroad, which means that if you are ucky to be issued an F-1 visa, you must return to your country after you complete your studies (and, possibly, optional pratical training). You may have to go through more scrutiny considering your previous overstay. Also, you may wish to consult a lawyer to discuss your immigration history and determine whether there was any previous fraud.
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