That depends on whether or not you have a valid F-1 visa stamp.
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It depends upon lot of factors, such as (1) whether you have a valid F-1 visa, (2) what are your travel dates, (3) whether the H-1B petition being filed is for change of status or for consular processing. Without knowing answers to these questions it will be difficult to give a definitive answer. To somewhat answer your question, the automatic extension of OPT based on cap-gap rule allows you to remain and work in the US until the beginning of your H-1B employment on October 1. If you are returning back before October 1, you will need an F-1 visa. Please consult an immigration lawyer before traveling outside US.Ask a similar question
I agree. You should consult with the DSO at your school before you travel.
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