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I-539 Change of Status Approval from H-4 to F-1 Approved for Pakistani Client in Columbus Ohio

by JP Sarmiento on October 28, 2010

CASE: Change of Status from H-4 to F-1

CLIENT: Pakistani

LOCATION: Columbus, Ohio

Our client has been on H-4 status for many years. Those on H-4 get their status from being the under-21 child or spouse of someone on an H-1B temporary worker status. His father’s H-1B was extended, but his H-4 extension was cut short of the extension approval of his father because he was about to turn 21. Those on H-4 are allowed to study in the United States. Our client’s father wanted him to continue his studies in preparation for medical school and was concerned because his son’s H-4 status was cut short. Our firm was retained and we helped the client obtain supporting documents for the Change of Status. On September 20, 2010, before our client turned 21, we filed the I-539 Change of Status. On October 15, 2010, the Change of Status was approved. Our client is now on F-1 and can continue his pre-med studies.


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