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 H1B Stamping Canada or Nepal
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Posted on 09-10-19 11:55 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello Saja Mitra,
I am planning to get my H1B stamped either in Canada or Nepal. I feel like I should go to Canada and some of my coworkers also suggested the same. I want to know the experience form the people who had done their stamping in either of the locations.

My Case
Graduated in 2015
H1B 2015
Drop H1B and work on TPS for a year and again back to H1B
Always worked and currently working fulltime in a reputed company.

Can you share what document they will ask for? What are the question they will ask and chances of approval and denial?
Also, can you share the steps if you have done in Canada?

Thank you
CaptainB
 


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