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Individuals on an F-1 or J-1 immigration status must adhere to the following rules to maintain their status.
Failure to maintain F-1/J-1 student status will cause your immigration record to be terminated in SEVIS. Terminated records are subject to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement review which could result in deportation and a 3- or 10-year reentry bar provisions per USCIS Memo Guidance effective August 9, 2018.
The I-20/DS-2019 identifies you as a student at ASU - keep your I-20/DS-2019 valid at all times.
This document can be invalidated should you fail to follow the terms and conditions. Read page three of your I-20.
This is your legal identification in the U.S. All other government documents are based upon your passport.
This document is proof of your legal F-1 or J-1 status in the U.S.
Your I-94 must indicate D/S which means that you got admitted to the U.S. and your F-1 or J-1 status is valid until the Duration of Status date.
Your Duration of Status in the United States is based upon the time required to complete your degree.
Your visa serves as an entry ticket into the U.S. It does not need to be valid while you are in the U.S.
Canadian citizenship does not require a U.S. visa.
International students cannot work off-campus without employment authorization from ISSC and USCIS.