Reinstatement and H1-B are 2 different things. If you get H1-B approval, you don't need to worry about student status, but the issue is you must be in status to adjust status. If you are out of status, how will you adjust to H1-B? Will you go home to do it? Yes, you need to hire a local attorney who know a lot about educational topics. We have one in Los Angeles.
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We can definitely advice you but not on AVVO. That would be a legal consultation. AVVO is not for that. Schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney.
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