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 H1B Stamping in Nepal
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Posted on 03-08-14 10:08 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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NEED SOME INFO ABOUT H1B STAMPING IN NEPAL.

I am planning to do my H1B stamping in Nepal around May. Is there anyone who just did H1B stamping in recent time. Is there anyway i can apply from US and get interview date before i go Nepal?

 
Posted on 03-08-14 11:11 PM     [Snapshot: 29]     Reply [Subscribe]
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yes u can....search previous h1b discussion threads
 
Posted on 03-09-14 12:23 AM     [Snapshot: 55]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks mrbored. I saw all the threads but they need Passport to get date, how is it possible since i have my passport with me here at US. Is there i can send copy of my pp and somebody in nepal can do it for me.

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Posted on 03-09-14 9:00 AM     [Snapshot: 126]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Abhishesh,

You don't need a passport to schedule an interview appointment date. Just fill out DS 160 n send confirmation page along your passport copy ( in case if needed but they don't ask for it) to your friend or family member to get interview date scheduled for you.

P.S. I reached Nepal on Jan 22 n I had an interview on Jan 24, 2014.

Good luck

 
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Thanks amarapuri6, that was helpful. one more question. so once they grant you visa how long do they keep your passport ?
 
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Related thread: http://sajha.com/sajha/html/index.cfm?StartRow=1&PageNum=1&threadid=106388#903742


This is my experience:
got the online DS-160 from US itself.
Went to Nepal - paid the required fees and got the date. ( within 2-3 days)
Appeared for the interview ( stand in H1B line :-) ).

Interviewer :

    Where do you work ?
    Whats your day to day responsibility?
    Whats your salary?
    Are you single ?
    How long are you going to be here ?


Thats it. It was quite simple and straight.

Suggestion: Once you get your H1B stamping the other day, please get a Department of Labor approval letter. Its mandatory otherwise you will have problem while returning back to USA.

Process/Suggestion:

    FInd Departtment of Labor office (बैदेशिक रोजगार प्रमांड  पत्र). Its nearby tin kuney, Kathmandu.
    Getting Department of labor approval is a tedious and slow processing task. Dont expect too much. However, be patient. Dont loose your control. There will be a volunteer booth inside the office premises. Ask as many question as you have there itself.
    There will be broker/dalal who are willing to help you expedite your process from the moment you park your car/bike.
    Its better if you know someone or do it yourself or get help from dalals.
    I did it on my own and it took around 5-6 hours. #shithappens
    Cost of the whole process: Insurance, fees ~ 3000 ( not quite sure about the fees. Please have enough money


 
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Ok great. Thank you for more info no_more_crush

Did you go Nepal recently? I don't know if it is true or not i heard that Embassy will keep your passport for 2 weeks, but Do they keep your passport for more than 2 weeks. How long it took to you?
 
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I suppose it was next business day.
Holding passport for 2 weeks is nuisance (unless its true)

 
Posted on 03-10-14 3:59 AM     [Snapshot: 295]     Reply [Subscribe]
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they kept mine for 2 days.....for visa stamping purpose...
 


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