|Do I Have Go back to My Home Country to Get the H-1B Visa Stamping?|
How do get H1B visa stamping or re-stamping on my passport? Do I have go back to my home country to get the H1B visa stamping?
If you hold H-1B visa or L1 visa, you may need to get the re-stamping upon the extension of your expired H-1B visa or L1 visa. H1B visa stamping in the passport is needed for a foreign national to enter or reenter the United States as an H1B worker. In other words, visa stamped on your passport is the authorization to enter into United States. For a U.S. consulate to issue H1B visa stamp in your passport, the passport must be valid for 6 months after the expiration of a U.S. visa.
The re-stamping can be done at any U.S. consulate out side of United States. While some neighboring country allow to do re-stamping for foreign nationals, It is recommended to get the stamping or re-stamping done in your home country. The process of re-stamping is same as any new U.S. visa stamping, except that there is flexibility and different documents requirement. The applicant may need to appear for personal interview at the U.S. consulate.
In order to get your H1B specialty occupation visa stamped, a list of documents must be submits which includes:
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