No, an expired passport does not cause your status to expire, but in order to travel internationally you should arrange ASAP to get your passport renewed at the nearest embassy if you are not currently in your country. Best wishes.
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No, your expired passport does not make you "out of status." Contact the nearest consulate of your country to have the passport renewed.
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You are not out of status based on an expired passport. Go ahead and get your passport renewed, as it is recommended.
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No, you're fine to renew your passport and not out of status.
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