I had come to U.S. on F1 visa in aug. 2006 and since then never left U.S.
Perhaps, but now that your "transfer" has been denied USCIS instructed that you must depart the country. Thus, whatever else you want to try, student visa, etc., you'll have to apply for from the US consulate in your home country.
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If you meet the requirements for admission, then yes. You will need to obtain an F-1 visa stamp abroad.
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