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About venkatramrm@gmail.com

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  1. venkatramrm@gmail.com

    I-797B issues with consulate as Vancouver

    +1 to above answer, True
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    221G received for photo

    It's common process sometimes to ask to submit recent photo, should clear soon
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    H1b stamping in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

    so far i heard good reviews about that location from the folks who been to Nogales, whom we helped with visa fee payment. Drop me an email, i can guide you with further information you need. Good Luck !!!
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    H1b Stamping

    True + Your designation / SOC code - would be more of a concern to USCIS during your extension or transfer approval, not much during visa stamping
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    I have seen FTE as well as EVC guys got successful stamping in Mexico City, If you need any more info, you can drop me an email. I would be able to connect you with few folks who been to mexico city
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    Successful H1B Visa stamping experience - Tijuana, Mexico

    Seems from April 2017, There is no more option to pay visa fee online for visiting US consulates in mexico. Only option is to pay at Mexican Banks Check this website, it might help someone in need, Good Luck !!! https://usvisastampinginmexico.com/us-h1b-h4-e3-l1-j-o-mrv-csra-visa-application-fee-payment-process-in-mexico/
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    Please check this page, it might be helpful for visa fee payment or Send me any email for further info, Good Luck !!! https://usvisastampinginmexico.com/us-h1b-h4-e3-l1-j-o-mrv-csra-visa-application-fee-payment-process-in-mexico/
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    H1B Stamping - visa fee validity

    If you don't expect any changes in DS160, you can submit now or less than 30 days after you create it. If you don't submit ds160 within 30 days after you create it, It will expire. Incase if it's expired - Nothing to worry too, then you can create another ds160 and submit & take it along with you
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    H1B Stamping - visa fee validity

    1. Right, after fee payment, you will be able to see detailed dates 2. Visa fee you paid is valid for 1 year, you can attend within that. 3. DS160 expires within 30 days after you create it and if you don't submit. If DS160 is submitted, it won't expire.
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    H1B Visa Interview experience in Nogales, Mexico

    so far heard i heard positive reviews for nogales location, you can get visa dates soon even within a week most of the times. If you need further information, you can feel free to drop me an email. Good Luck !!!
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    H1B Visa Stamping in Mexico - Requesting for inputs

    - If you have valid US visa or Canadian visa or Shenghen visa, you don't need mexican visa. - No issues for your travel. - Yes safe, Check Matamoros location. - You can start process before 1 month of your plan to attend visa interview, that should be enough to book dates, travel. Good Luck !!!
  12. No Risks involved, I have seen folks who did this & later attended visa interview, no issues. One thing to note : You took 1 time visa waiver, That name itself says - it can be used one time, which can't be used/ issued again. so be careful - not to end up in this situation to cross border without any documents.
  13. Based on the situation you have been, you got one time visa waiver (I-193). Don't worry much about it. Simply answer "NO" Visa refusal is when you go to visa interview, POE entry denial is when you are trying to enter into US and they deny your entry and send you back to home country, but you are already in US. so you are not denied entry at POE as well. If you need any further info, please feel free to email me. Good Luck !!!
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    Intended Length of stay

    It can be until your I-797 validity
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    Successful Visa stamping in Matamoros, Mexico

    If your H1B was approved ( from F1 to H1B), Change of status recently done, Then First time H1B stamping is not allowed in Mexico. If your H1B was approved from USCIS as part of extension, already have H1B stamped in your passport & expired or about to expire. you can go to mexico. Simply for same visa category renewals - you can go to mexico. If you need any further info / help, how to travel etc., please feel free to email me. Good Luck !