I got TPS coz of earthquake in Nepal and will expire in 12/24/2016 if not get extension. I started working with TPS but also maintained my 12 credit hours of F1 ,completed my degree and as per F1 status I stayed in OPT and got approved too. So, since the job I am doing with TPS EAD is exactly the job Related with my major and field of my Associate Degree, I am trying not to leave this job and look for similar job as of OPT. So dont know what I am suppose to do. Please help
Thank you in Advance
Didn't you just ask this question in an earlier post?
TPS and F-1 don't co-exist. You need to go see an attorney about your F-1 status (or more specifically, about trying to have your F-1 status reinstated).
Using a TPS-based EAD is a violation of our F-1.
It is too bad you didn't do better research before you filed the I-765.
You need to talk to an attorney in private, possibly via Skype.
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No matter how many times you ask this question the answer is still that you have lost your F-1 status and need to consult a Board Certified attorney immediately instead of keep asking the same question on a blog.
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