There is not any guarantee that CBP will readmit you to the United States when you travel on a terminated document. In most circumstances, CBP will let you re-enter the United States in case you are otherwise admissible and your DSO has properly annotated your Form I-20. It is likely, however, that CBP will ship you to secondary inspection whereas they decide whether or not you might be eligible to return to the United States. If you should travel on a terminated document, you must discuss to your DSO. A DSO who has requested a data repair will put your Help Desk ticket number in your Form I-20 and report your pending travel to SEVP. Your DSO can let you know your SEVIS document status and provide you with acceptable travel-associated advice.

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Tavares Strachan's neon work, on the facade of Compound, a new arts venue set to open in Long Beach in September. <span class="copyright">(Laure Joilet)</span>
Tavares Strachan’s neon work, on the facade of Compound, a new arts venue set to open in Long Beach in September. (Laure Joilet)

The coronavirus has shuttered cultural institutions across California, some permanently, but in Long Beach, a new art venue with an emphasis on wellness is forging ahead with plans to open this fall.

Compound, a 15,000-square-foot complex with two exhibition spaces, restaurant and outdoor courtyard and sculpture garden, plans to open in late September in the city’s Zaferia district. The nonprofit was founded by philanthropist and interior designer Megan Tagliaferri, who will serve as creative director, and will feature contemporary art exhibitions as well as immersive installations.

Lauri Firstenberg, former director of the noted Los Angeles exhibition space LAXArt, will serve as Compound’s curator and artistic director.

The project has been in the works for more than five years and was in the final stages of

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