Recently, my H1B got denied and my OPT Stem was already expired last year June 2017, so i was on CAP GAP extension until i received the denial notice. Having said that I just enrolled in the university that offers CPT. And classes are starting in march third week. I am going to attend that semester. And also I am going to get married in April with my US Citizen spouse, my question is if my first semester is going to end on May 2018. and my spouse file i-130 petition for me after marriage lets say beginning of May and I don't attend my second semester of CPT college in June. will there be any problem when application was already filed in May? and what will be my status in this case? I need some suggestion in this matter.
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