I am currently in USA and completed my masters and applied for my OPT. In the mean time I got a e-mail from the consulate that my F-1 visa has been revoked. They have mentioend that they are revoking as they came to know additional inforamtion about me. I am planning to leave the country as soon as possible and would like to report to the authorities in the consulate. I would like to know if I am eligible to reapply for an F-1 visa again.I would like to know what should I do now as I am in USA is there any way I can stay back in the country in a legal status. Is there any way i can know what the reason was for the revoke. If at all if have to leave . With in how many days should I leave the country.
That would depend on the reasons for the revocation, whether you can overcome those reasons, and whether there was any fraud on your part.
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Depends on what information they found out about you
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You should speak to a lawyer here in the US and present all the information to see what if anything can be done.
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