Overstaying your visa is not a good idea. If you apply for a subsequent visa, it can be denied. Consult an immigration attorney as soon as possible.
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If you actually intend to leave the US no later than August 11, there should not be any problems in future. You will not start accumulating unlawful presence until 180 days are spent out of status.
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Overstaying one's visa, and especially a student visa, is never a good idea. You will likely not be able to ever obtain a US visa again.
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You will be out of status after August 11th. Whether you'll have problems will depend on what it is you want to do in the future. Less than 180 days of unlawful presence (which will begin to run after August 11th, in your case) will not cause you to have any bar preventing you from entering the U.S. However, any unlawful presence accumulated will look bad if and when you try to obtain another visa to return here. So, in short, you should have no problems using the airlines to return home after August 11th, and can return home expecting no issues. It is if and when you want to return that you may face some questions as to the unlawful presence you may have accumulated. If you do not plan on returning to the U.S., you should have no issues whatsoever. If you do plan on returning to the U.S., try your best to depart timely (by August 11th) - if this is impossible, consult a good immigration attorney for advice. Good luck.
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Until USCIS makes a determination that you are out of status, you do not accrue any unlawful presence and you should have no problem returning.
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