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Old 05-28-2011, 03:53 AM
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Post Returning Student F1 stamping in India

I am an international student studying in Dallas county community college. i came to US as an aupair and changed to F1 status after 1 year. now i went to my country for stamping my F1 with all the documents including I-20, sevis fee receipt, change f status approval, and a sponsor who is an Indian citizen holding a green card. i appeared two times for the stamping interview and they rejected my application twice under section 214(b). I have one more semester left to graduate and now i am applying again with a sponsor from my family. also i have enough money in my US bank account to cover my living expense and tuition fee for the semester. My question is do I have the right to complete my education. If they rejected again what is the next step to obtain the permission to complete my studies
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Old 05-28-2011, 12:31 PM
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I am an international student studying in Dallas county community college. i came to US as an aupair and changed to F1 status after 1 year. now i went to my country for stamping my F1 with all the documents including I-20, sevis fee receipt, change f status approval, and a sponsor who is an Indian citizen holding a green card. i appeared two times for the stamping interview and they rejected my application twice under section 214(b). I have one more semester left to graduate and now i am applying again with a sponsor from my family. also i have enough money in my US bank account to cover my living expense and tuition fee for the semester. My question is do I have the right to complete my education. If they rejected again what is the next step to obtain the permission to complete my studies
You can not get F1 for community colleage...you can not do anything on this...
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Old 05-28-2011, 05:23 PM
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You can not get F1 for community colleage...you can not do anything on this...
This is incorrect information. Following is an URL for prospective F1 students from the website of a community college in my state. There are links in this page describing the process of obtaining F1 for new and transfer students.

Prospective International Students to Mesa Community College

There are certain restrictions for international students seeking secondary education from public schools, but there is no restriction whatsoever for any kind of undergraduate education. Following is the F1 FAQ page on DHS website:

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I agree there is no restrictions for community college students to obtain a F-1 visa, my concern is if they reject me again due to any reason under 214 (b) , do i have any right to complete my education? i have one more semester left to complete my studies over there.
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I agree there is no restrictions for community college students to obtain a F-1 visa, my concern is if they reject me again due to any reason under 214 (b) , do i have any right to complete my education? i have one more semester left to complete my studies over there.
Not sure what you mean by that...? Even if you have the right, what will you do without visa...?
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If you are asking can you sue the USCIS to give you visa then the straight answer is No.

Allowing you to study in any college in US is a prerogative of US government and they can withdraw it at any time.

I am sure you have read at restaurants that say "We have right to refuse service", this is exactly the same (if you are sitting in restaurant it does not give you the right to eat the food the restaurant owner can walk you out any time).

So you have really no rights you can just ask nicely.
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