I was absent for tow class because of sickness and my school did not accept medical report and but my i20 out of status and they told me if i continue the next month with them I will be in safe side and my i20 will be normal again and also my medical report from the hospital of my school but they say to me we had rules about attendance and you have only 20% of absence and you have reach it so they rejected my medical report
It means you need to talk to the DSO and discuss this issue. DO that as soon as possible.
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If your school terminates your I-120 in the USCIS's SEVIS system, your F1 visa is now terminated.
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No, not on the litany of facts you list here, since you have not (yet) reached the critical mass of disqualifying absences level. But, to be on the sure side and not risk any unpleasant surprises, have a serious talk with your DSO and/or your foreign student adviser, and later confirm in writing.
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