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raj517

visa renewal which is the best option India or Canada

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HI

I am working in EVC(Emp-Vendor-Client) model and trying to figure out which is the best option for visa renewal, India or Canada. Please advice.

Thanks

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I have the same question. I am fulltime in a well known company. But this is going to be my first H1b stamping. Looking at various people's experiences, looks like visa stamping in Canada looks better.

What shd I do?

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I am also in same boat, working as FTE with US company since two months. place of stamping is total confusion.

need to risk canada for first time stamping, for administrative processing we never knows how much time it will take.

India is the best option since you can stay shorter/longer.

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Hi, If you have a fulltime - I dont think you will have any issues to get your stamping done in Canada or India.

Whereas for consulting jobs- It all depends on your luck. I came to vancouver, canada and I am stuck here as I got 221g. There were 3 other people on the same day and they got their visa. It all depends. The hope is that we will get the visa approved in 2-3 weeks but we have to stay in canada. All my documents were perfect, I changed employer, so she gave me 221g.

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I am also in same boat, working as FTE with US company since two months. place of stamping is total confusion.

need to risk canada for first time stamping, for administrative processing we never knows how much time it will take.

India is the best option since you can stay shorter/longer.

Do we have any rule which states that for first time H1B stamping we have to go to country of origin but not Canada ?

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Do we have any rule which states that for first time H1B stamping we have to go to country of origin but not Canada ?

If you have US or Canada Education you can attend US consulates in Canada.

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