(Updated October 2023) The holiday travel season is coming up soon, and that means travel, and for many foreign nationals, it means arranging for H-1B stamping! Foreign nationals here on a nonimmigrant visa such as H-1B must also make sure their visa is valid to return to the U.S., on top of the other hectic details of arranging for holiday travel. The list below is provided as general information required for H-1B stamping based on the current requirements. Of course, the requirements may change over time, or the officer may request specific additional information from you. Be sure to check the website of the consulate that you will go to for your visa application.
The Consulate may also require:
The consular officer may ask for additional information or documentation for your H-1B visa stamping as well, if they have a specific question or concern. Unfortunately it's not possible to fully predict every piece of information that the consular officer could request, but the documents listed above are generally a good starting point.
For more information on the H-1B visa, check out these pages.
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As always, the above information is for educational purposes only and is not legal advice. Please speak with a qualified immigration lawyer before taking action.