If you have an issue with your H4 stamping you could hire an attorney to help, but it is very limited/slow what can be done with the consulates.
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No really. Only genuine facts of your case; your ability to communicate and explain and proper preparation of the documentation for the consulate can do that. Only in that last prong the attorney can make a difference.
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Visas are discretionary, and so candidate's candidacy before the CO is given considerable importance, especially when the candidate belongs to a country where they see significant number of visa fraud cases. Having said that I see you are concerned about the change of status from B-1 to F-1. Accordingly you may want to discuss your concern with an attorney in private.
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An immigration attorney can only "influence" your application by presenting the facts or following procedure in a way that USCIS or the consulates appreciate (and making sure your application is complete the first time around). That may move things along by ensuring that you have correctly applied. Your matter is pretty complicated procedurally, and you may wish to have retained an immigration attorney that works with India regularly before you go.
Best of luck!
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