Dear sir and ma'am,
I came here to U.S. to pursue my Bachelor degree, but under some circumstances I went out of status. Currently I my GPA is below 2.0 plus my condition of out of status, I have a serious trouble finding another school to accept me.
Also, I have a girlfriend who we agreed to marry AFTER I graduate my degree. Furthermore, She is only 21 and her incomes is still below 125% of poverty. With that due, she cannot apply me a permanent resident card.
You would need to be accepted somewhere - relatively quickly - and be eligible for reinstatement (you need to speak with the school DSO about this).
When you fall out of status under the SEVIS system, the system does notify ICE - so you DO come to the attention of the agency that handles removal from this country, and you want to deal with this situation quickly.
I agree with my colleague with regard to your girlfriend sponsoring you - there is a work-around for the financial issue, but she would need to be willing to marry and another citizen/permanent resident with sufficient income would need to be willing to joint sponsor.
If you are out of status, you might be deportable. If you marry your girlfriend and she is a U.S. citizen, you may be able to regularize your status through her. If she cannot indepedently sponsor you on the affidavit of support, you can find a joint sponsor that can assist in the case. That person needs to be a lawful permanent resident or citizen of the U.S. and must independently have income at 125% of the poverty guidelines or sufficient assets to qualify.
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