To enroll in a post-graduate education institution full-time again and start working towards a graduate and/or different degree.
Your chances of prevailing on an MTR are next to nil, realistically speaking, with USCIS.
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You should file MTR (Depending upon facts ofcourse). Read this: http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/95113-ca-jagbir-terkiana-3816799/reviews.html And to maintain status you have to enroll in school. However, a new I-20 will ruin the possibility of OPT. So my recommendation is to plan the strategy with an attorney.
Look, you should ask this question from yourself.. what is the likelihood of a Motion To Reconsider being granted. If your gut feeling is higher than normal then do it, but also consider a master program.
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