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    Successful H1B and H4 stamping at London Embassy Jan 14th 2013

    No, I don't. I don't think it matters.
  2. Hi - For the past 2 years I've been working for a Big4 accounting firm as a manager and I am currently on an H1 visa. I have been offered a Senior Manager role in the same firm's UK office providing client services similar to the role that I currently play in the US - this is a pure secondment starting January 01, 2015. I'll have to be committed to stay with the UK firm for 2 years before returning to the US. I have a few questions that I am looking to get answers on: - Can I apply for my GC immediately after 12 months of my assignment in UK (not wait for the assignment to end after two years and before actually returning to the US)? - My current H1 expires on October 29, 2015 and by this date I would have spent all in all about 4.5 years working in the US (1.5 years on an L1B and 3 years on H1B). Would this cause any hindrance to apply for the GC from UK because after 12 months my H1B would have technically expired? - If the answer to the first question is yes (I can apply from outside) then would I have to be physically present in the US for any event or can someone explain the steps how I can get the actual GC in my hand? Apologies for a lengthy note and thanks in advance to all who'd be willing to share their experiences and knowledge.
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    Successful H1B and H4 stamping at London Embassy Jan 14th 2013

    Although I didn't post and questions/queries here but I still feel that its my moral responsibility to post my experience for the benefit of others. I applied for my H1B stamping today at the US Consulate at London. My application was approved. Following are my case details: - First H1-B visa stamping. Visa sponsored by my direct employer Big4 accounting firm. - My previous employer was also one of the Big4 accounting firms. I never had a stamp on my passport since I never left the US. - Prior to this I had an L1 visa stamp from an ITES firm. - I was in London since I had to attend some client meetings and thus had to get my stamping before I returned home in United States. Things that I understood: - It does not make a difference where you get your visa stamped since its a centralized system they use to verify your credentials - It matters who you work for - Having another US visa stamp on your passport helps... B1/B2 or L1 as it eases the verification process - Carry the right papers with you Questions asked: - Is this a new visa or a renewal? - How long have you been working for your employer? - Were you hired in UK? - What's your role?
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