I changed my status in 2009 have been approved and now I'm a sophomore in College. I changed status when I was 10 years old. Should I take the risk to go to India and get a stamp? My family wants me to visit India but I don't want to take the risk if I don't have a higher chance of coming back to the States to finish my bachelors degree. I don't if this helps but I do work in campus library.
You may want to say more - who brought you to the U.S.? What visa did they seek for it? Where are they now and what status do they maintain in the U.S.?
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hard to say. IN general, it is doubtful, on these facts, that any consulate will issue you a nonimmigrant visa that is subject to INA 214b nonimmigrant intent requirement.
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