Is it simply better for F-1 University Student to just fall out of status before applying for asylum ?
Because this way the F-1 Student Asylum Applicant can be certain that They will be able to appeal to immigration judge since they are out of status.(just in case the asylum officer deny the case).
If the F-1 University Student still maintain their status when their asylum case got denied by asylum officer, they will NOT be able to appeal to immigration judge.
Is this correct?
Now by the time this F-1 university student graduated from the university (few years later)
Can they appeal to the immigration judge since they become out of status by that time?
Meaning Appeal using the same case that got rejected by the Asylum officer few years earlier? (WITHOUT starting new asylum case)