Q: When is the last day for him to leave USA?
my brother on F1 student visa. the intended program was for 2 years. After one semester, he decided to not completing his program. my question, when should he travel abroad? some people told me 30 days others 60 days after the last day of his class? I got so confused?
kindly let me know when is the last day for him to leave
A: Go with 30 days. I don't recall which one it is, but why push the matter?
A: The grace period for leaving after completion of classes is 60 days. However, if he stopped attending classes during the semester or requested a leave of absence, he should notify the school, have them make appropriate updates to the SEVIS system, and leave within 15 days of filing that notice with the school.
A: 15 days. https://studyinthestates.dhs.gov/sevis-help-hub/student-records/completions-and-terminations/terminate-a-studentdependent
A: You say your mother lost your passports; what country issued them?
The information you give is too vague to provide specific information, but the bottom line is this: if you are in a country other than that of your citizenship, visit to embassy or consulate of the country from which you claim citizenship and ask how to renew your passport.
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