Consult with an immigration lawyer and tell the lawyer everything. The lawyer will be able to make suggestions to you.
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You should seek professional legal advice. Some resolution is possible at times but not always.
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I agree with my colleagues. You should consult with an attorney who may be able to offer some solutions.
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It is extremely unlikely you can get your F1 reinstated. Since you are out of status you cannot extend or change your status. The date that your visa in your passport expires does not determine the period of your authorized stay in the U.S.
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