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 H1B Processing Delay in KTM, Friend seeks advice.
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Posted on 09-06-11 9:03 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello Friends,
My Roommate went to Nepal for a month vacation and she had to do H1-B stamping in kathmandu. Consular gave her a slip saying they have to perform some processing and it may take few weeks. She's worried now and only has few days left for her vacation. She's seeking some advice from people here who have gone through same. What steps does she need to take at this time ? Anything that can make the processing faster ?

Thanks for all your help.

 
Posted on 09-06-11 9:34 AM     [Snapshot: 42]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 I am also going nepal in Oct for visa stamping. Please update me on this as well. I hope everything turns out good. Has your friend explained to them that her flight date is coming up soon?



 
Posted on 09-06-11 11:41 AM     [Snapshot: 170]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I guess she was handed over 221g form which is also called as document for adminstrative processing. I am not scaring you but it generally takes about 1 week to 1 year to clear. You can check old sajha thread regarding this topic. That will help.You can also check trackitt.com.
 
Posted on 09-06-11 11:52 AM     [Snapshot: 183]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 She cannot do anything to process it faster. Usually they check back over here in US about her status and previous adjustments or anything and that takes time. All she can do is hope for the best. It may take couple of week for best case or months for worst case. Just 4 months back, one of my friend got his visa 2 months after they said they need further processing. 

It's better for her to contact her employer telling them the delayed visa processing and to keep her job active.

 
Posted on 09-06-11 1:47 PM     [Snapshot: 279]     Reply [Subscribe]
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They will simply say why did you book the ticket if you dont have your visa on hand...
 
Posted on 09-15-11 12:13 AM     [Snapshot: 543]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Racheeta,

Do you know what kind of job she has in US. I mean, does she work for consulting company or as a full time employee....I work for a consulting company. It been more than a week, i applied for a visa stamping havent heard anything back from them yet. They didnt give me any slip and also they didnt ask for any doucments at the time of interview.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Jhilke

 
Posted on 09-18-11 11:06 PM     [Snapshot: 718]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Racheeta,

Do you have any updates on your friend's case? I am still waiting for it. It's been almost two weeks now.

Jhilke

 
 
Posted on 09-20-11 8:45 AM     [Snapshot: 1013]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Jhilke,
She hasn't received any updates yet..She's still waiting and frustrated.

 
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This waiting is frustating. Same things happened to me. It was on 2009 when I applied for stamping H1 B visa in US embassy, kathmandu. VO asked additional docs with Blue paper. I was working for Indian consultancey. They took time 1 and half month for sending those docs. It was lot of documents. And I submitted those docs to US Embassy. They approved it after a month. so it was 2.5 months waiting. So I think if you have all documents your visa will get approved\stamped. only thing it is time consuming. so while you are in Nepal enjoy that time with frens n family. I wish you all the best.
 


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