> Hi All,
> I do have H4 visa and planning to go Mexico to stamp for H1.
> I heard recently its not possible,In order to do this I have to go my
> Anybody knows this is true or not??
> Really appreciate your responses.
Probably not, see:
I am surprised. Maybe Canada is better
another bob (not an immigration attorney)
Also note (from Vancouver Embassy office)
All consular posts must electronically confirm all Non-Immigrant Visa
petitions petitions prior to visa issuance.
This will affect applicants for H, L, O and P visas. This process may
take an additional 2 to 3 workdays, creating a minimum 4 workday
turnaround for such applicants. This confirmation is beyond our control
and cannot be waived. Any petition-based, otherwise-qualified NIV
applicant should be prepared to wait 4 workdays in Canada to receive
his or her visaed passport.
We are looking at ways to reduce the expected 4 workday turnaround.
U.S. based non-immigrant visa applicants seeking to apply for an NIV
are strongly advised to consider applying in their home country.