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Specific Question about Visa Revocation

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I'm currently on a H1 visa - 
-First approved - Dec 2010
-First stamp - March 2011
-DUI - 7/28/2011, misdemeanor
-Haven't been out of the country since
-GC Application I-140 approved, Nov 2015 date
-Just got the H1b extension for 3 years based on I-140

-No other violations since 2011 except a few speeding tickets.

I'm thinking about going to get my stamp, and have the disposition documents from 2011.

1. Do I need to be worried about the Visa Revocation that State Department is doing?

2. Are there any other options to get my stamp?

Thanks!

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Better to go to home country for stamping. They will give a 221G and ask to attend the medical test. Once that is done they will issue visa provided you have all the docs from employer and your DUI.

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I would highly recommend you to go to your home country. Since the arrest is older than 5 years they might waive off medical test.

You should have no problems in getting visa stamped(provided everything else is in order) . Do carry all the court papers esp court disposition  letter 

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one last question for you all - Is there a time period after a DWI when I wouldn't get a 221g for Medical Eval?

For example, Since its been 5.5 years, is there a chance the consulate will grant me a Visa without going through a Medical Eval?

Has anyone had a similar experience?

Thanks!

 

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