Benton R Patterson III's answer Generally, creating and selling branded items with someone else's trademark, like a professional sports team, is trademark infringement and is against the law. In most cases, making 3D printed objects is fine. If you are creating and selling copyright protected characters, you could run into a legal problem. An attorney would need to review the specific item to advise on what legal liabilities exist.
Lucas Wynne's answer Attorneys cannot solicit business on the internet under the ethical rules that all attorneys must follow. However, you can contact any attorney you would like to work with via telephone or email. I suggest you contact an attorney immediately for a free consultation and to investigate this case further.
Lucas Wynne's answer Schools are allowed to exhibit a greater deal of control over students in the school than would be allowed in other situations. The contract isn't so much a legal contract as it is a "behavior contract" for the purpose of communicating the policy to students. The school is allowed to set its own policies as long as they are reasonable. Thus, yes - the school is well within its authority.
Lucas Wynne's answer More would need to be known before an attorney could properly evaluate your case, but feel free to give one a call as I believe this could be handled at a rather reasonable cost. The attorney would want to know 1) If a doctor has cleared you to play sports; and 2) Whether everybody made the team.
If you can obtain this information, it would be possible for an attorney to write a letter to the school to open negotiations for your participation in sports. Most schools will play hardball...
Shan Dimitris Potts' answer Although it might be possible there is no guarantee that you will be given another F1 visa. The final decision in this situation will be taken by the CBP officer who will be interviewing you. There may be waivers available to you, contact an immigration attorney to consult regarding this situation. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free consultations, make use of the consultations. All the best.
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