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 How can I apply for F-1 from TPS.
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Posted on 03-09-17 1:10 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello all,

Currently I am only on TPS status and working full time for a client on TPS-EAD. But I am worried that TPS will not be renewed after June 2017. So, I am thinking about joining for masters on Computer Science as F1 student and then apply for CPT/OPT during/after masters (if tps not extended) and continue to work for client.
My question is how can I apply for F1 status while on TPS. Note I finished my Bachelors in 2014 and been on TPS only status since June of 2015. I no longer hold any other status than TPS.
 
Posted on 03-09-17 1:53 PM     [Snapshot: 42]     Reply [Subscribe]
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If you were on F1 before you moved to TPS i believe you should be fine and will be on the discretion of DSO. If not you might have to go for visa stamping.
 
Posted on 03-09-17 7:55 PM     [Snapshot: 154]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I think as the Sevis is expired by now, you might have go out of country for visa stamping and to reinstate Sevis.
 
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To my understanding, you should be fine since you have a valid I-94 till future date(assuming your TPS will get renewed). There is a great chance of your I-539 getting approved with I-94. Just in case your I-539 get approved but not I-94, then it will be the consular processing. Here are the steps to follow
1. Find a school
2. Pay SEVIS
3. Prepare document along with I-20 Given by DSO for I-539 processing
4. Prepare fees
5. Submit

It will take 3+ months and in my case my I-94 get approved. Thanks
 
Posted on 07-26-17 8:48 PM     [Snapshot: 747]     Reply [Subscribe]
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F1 can be reinstated anytime despite the gap until TPS is valid? I know it can be applied but I wanted to know if there is a case of F1 approval from TPS after a gap?
 


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