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Indira Tena Pina

Is it possible to study while I'm waiting for the Greencard?

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Hi there;

Is there anybody who knows how I can continue pursuing my bachelor's while my status is pending?

I married an American 5 months ago and we started filing papers right before my F1 expire. I was told that the process would take no more than 6 months, but I just found out that it is taking from 17 to 34 months. I really would like to take advantage of time and continue with my studies, but no school would accept somebody whose status is pending, so I'm wondering if there is a form I can fill out or something I can do in order to be accepted as a student.

 

Any information could be helpful, thanks!

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