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Posted on 11-27-16 11:45 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I am currently in DFW area and will be going back to Kansas today November 27, 2016 at 11:30 pm, if I can be any help in your career search as a Java developer, .Net Developer, Middleware Engineer, Linux Engineer, DevOps Engineer or Automation QA Engineer. Please bring your resumes.

When: Today, Sunday, 11/27/2016 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Where: Starbucks, 2501 W Airport Fwy, Irving, TX 75062
What: Career Counselling
Note: IT majors, non-IT majors, graduates, non-graduates all are welcome.
We do Training + Marketing + Placement: Full Service

"A ship in harbor is safe but that is not what ships are built for."
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I will not be able to attend. However, can you please post your number or email. Thanks.
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Consulting bro, need little help with below pls..

I got my H1B approved recently. I heard about H1B Visa stamping in Canada/Mexico. I heard that it will be 'easier' to get it here than go and apply in Nepal and get it stamped as I am not from IT field. I am thinking to go to Toronto for a week and apply if it is possible.

I work in IT field for last 2 years but I did my Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering in Colorado. My student visa is already expired.
So what will be the best option for me?
Also will I get tourist visa to Canada?
If I have the option to go to Canada and apply what documents should I have
- to apply for Canada Visa
- to apply H1B Visa Stamping

Or should I go to Nepal directly and apply for Visa stamping there? Is this too 'risky'?

All suggestions are welcome. Please share your experiences.

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counsellor bro, drop me your number in message or email.


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