Not OK as far as I am concerned, but these are questions to ask your school's DSO or foreign student advisor, as they are familiar with these types of scenarios the best; we are not.
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You have a free resource in your school - the DSO. Ask the DSO. Use the resource, instead of asking complete strangers on AVVO a question that clearly falls within the DSO's scope of concern.
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Have you tried to speak to your school's DSO? They are usually a great resource to answer these types of questions.
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