You should speak with an immigration lawyer. You do not want to do anything that could delay or cause problems for your pending application.
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You should make an InfoPass appointment to try to determine the cause of the delay. Take all of you documentation with you and receipts from USCIS.
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I'm assuming that you filed an I-539 to change status to F-1 from B-2, and that this was filed before the B-2 expired.
An InfoPass appointment may be a good way to force an answer. You might also go to the office of a local Representative from your district and ask for assistance.
Then, when you figure out what is actually going on, speak with an attorney - you may have some serious difficulties depending on where this case stands now, impacting your ability to reenter if you leave.