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sun6699

H1B Visa Stamping with DUI ( Still in informal Probation )

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Hi Everyone, 

Thanks for the Attention. In California State, I got arrested for DUI in April 2017 and Convicted for Reckless Driving ( Reduced Offense )  in June 2018. I am still under my  Informal Probation which will end by June 2021. I Have been completed my Community Service and paid court fine. 

I am planning to go to India for my first H1B ( before it was F1 ) stamping in Feb 2020. 

I have read many threads about it. it looks like Administrative Processing is compulsory.

how many months of administrative processing I am looking at  ??

whats the risk ??

is there any risk of getting Denial of Visa ??

 

Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks in advance

 

 

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12 hours ago, sun6699 said:

Hi Everyone, 

Thanks for the Attention. In California State, I got arrested for DUI in April 2017 and Convicted for Reckless Driving ( Reduced Offense )  in June 2018. I am still under my  Informal Probation which will end by June 2021. I Have been completed my Community Service and paid court fine. 

I am planning to go to India for my first H1B ( before it was F1 ) stamping in Feb 2020. 

I have read many threads about it. it looks like Administrative Processing is compulsory.

how many months of administrative processing I am looking at  ??

whats the risk ??

is there any risk of getting Denial of Visa ??

 

Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks in advance

 

 

Cannot predict admin processing timeline. But I observed that for DUI's it can be anywhere from 3 to 8 weeks based on this forum inputs.

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On 12/2/2019 at 10:36 AM, gopalakrishnach said:

221G most likely. No timelines.. Risk - BIG risk...

is there any risk of getting Denial of Visa ?? - no one can predict future...

Thanks for your Reply

is it better to go after completing Probation?

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