This was published on the ICE website. At this point, it seems that ICE is not going to release any students without going through an interview with DHS. We highly recommend all the students to “lawyer-up” before talking to any government department.

BM.1101-02 Transfer of TVU students2.vf

If you were formerly enrolled as an F-1 student at TVU and have been terminated in SEVIS, please note the following.
SEVP terminated the records of all F-1 students enrolled at TVU as of January 18, 2011. You should call SEVP Response Center (SRC) at 703-603-3400. This number will be staffed from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (EST), seven days a week. At other times you may leave a telephone number at which SEVP will return your call the next day.
Please be prepared to provide the follow information to the SEVP staff when you call:

First and last name
Telephone number where you can be reached
E-mail address
Dates of attendance at TVU
Level and Major of study at TVU

When you call, SEVP will provide you with your options including the option to depart from the United States without an otherwise possibly applicable bar to re-admission in the future.

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