You may wish to meet with an immigration attorney in person. The best option is to re-enroll in school if you can find the financial support you need.
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I agree with the previous response and add that you consider consulting with an experienced immigration attorney so you can understand all of your options.
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Unfortunately, there's no simple solution to your problem. Looks like you will need to show financial capacity in order to reenroll. Maybe you can ask a relative/friend to support you financially. If you can show financial support, you might be able work outside school by showing an economic necessity. Please talk to an experience immigration attorney.
The best answer is that this is not a simple situation and it will require careful consideration of all the facts before issuing advice. It's best to discuss this issue one-on-one with an attorney.