Talk to your foreign student adviser ... you are probably still fine .. the visa in the passport isn't as important as the I-94 & I-20
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You will need to ask your DSO whether you can get an new I-20. Otherwise, your only option is to change status to F-2
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With valid OPT you should have a valid status to be engaged in OPT related work. Depending on your school's agreement, you may need to get enrolled in a new school or just get new I-20.
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