No. You'll need to wait and respond to the RFE, if any. Also, if it was the lawyer's mistake then it would be beyond your control and as such, you may have an argument to have this corrected. I don't know what was the mistake so I can't comment further. Good luck.
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Instead, talk to the lawyer and ask to correct the error. Lawyers are humans. Not super-humans. No reason to get scared.
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You can try. You may wish to speak with your attorney first.
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Contact you attorney to fix the error.
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You should discuss the mistake with your lawyer. (S)he will know how to contact USCIS and correct the error. A change of status (COS) to F-1 usually takes a few months, so the sooner you attend to it, the better.
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