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Posted on 05-22-13 7:46 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Sajha Sathi haru,

Balla US aayeko 8 barsha paachi H1B bhayo; ahile samma nepal gayeko chaina aba chai nepal jane soch banayeko chu tara ali ali daar lagi rakhya reject hune ho ki bhanera k, hunata mero kaam direct hire ho medical center ma......

yeso kehi sujhab paye hunthiyo...ani k k documents yaha bata leeyera janu parcha hola??? Immigration office bata ni kunai documents leeyera janu parcha ra....
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No need to worry. One of my friend went to Nepal after 11 years on H1B (he is in medical field). I am not sure which field you are in. I am also going after almost 6 years this October on H1B and need to apply for stamping. Do not worry you should be fine.

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mrbored,tapai ko contact pauna sakincha hola???
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I want to do the same guys.
I am on the same boat but wonder if my carreer will fall on the lap of one "Sanki" visa officer.
I know its always a risk but I would go ahead and take one.

One thing we should remember is, have a plan 'B', just in case.

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thanx for positive feedbacks frenss...j parla parla janu paryo....@hital u can msg if got any questions, i wud be happy to help....
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 I went to Nepal after 6 years, no issue.

The only thing I can think of suggesting is take you laptop and if in case you have to wait for like a month you can work from there. If that is at all possible.

One of my friend works in Semicondoctor. When he went nepal had to wait for like a month to get the visa stamped.

Get your documents straight:

table of content
1) H-1B 767A 
2) your resume( consular will just look at your resume and make discussion points from your resume)
tip 1: don;t have stuff like you worked in Los Angeles if you have never been to LA and consular start discussing and you are caught
in my case the consular just glanced at resume and we were about that till he granted visa
one of my friend was working in Omaha, consular was from same city he was just discussing about the city
3) employement verification letter from employer
4) Tax documeent
5) last 6 monts bank to show the direct deposit of pay check
6) travel tickets/hotel stay during transit
7) last 3 pay check

The thing i mentioned might not apply for every case but just as an reference.

Best of luck


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