He can stay enrolled in the school, but his immigration status will not be lawful if the agency sponsoring him (J visa?) revokes their sponsorship. He should talk to an attorney about this.
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The principal of the school has the power to define the student as in good standing for purposes of school enrollment. The principal has no power or authority to determine visa rights.
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