what matters is whether you have time left on the I-20 not the visa if you are travelling domestically.
Lynne R. Feldman, Attorney at Law
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Former Adjunct Professor -- Immigration law
University of Illinois College of Law
The F-1 visa is simply the document that permitted you entry into the country, its expiration does not have a bearing as to whether you can travel domestically. As a student, maintaining your student status is what keeps you here in status. Speak to your DSO and make sure your I-20 continues to be valid.
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The sticker in your passport is meaningless.
The I-94, I-20 and SEVIS papers are the important ones to carry with your passport.
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