L1 to H1 Cos -- Can I go to Canada for Stamping?


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I got my H1 approved in the mid of the October and served notice period for 2 weeks and then moved to new employer from the start of November.

"Consular officers in Canada may refuse to issue a visa to first-time H1B applicants if the applicant's education and/or work experience is solely or predominantly from a country other than the United States or Canada. In the absence of U.S. or Canadian education or work experience, we strongly encourage you to apply from your country of residence."

I do have more than 3 years of Work experience in US ( from Jan 2010) . I am still confused whether that is enough or it is better to go to India for stamping.

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