Visa stamping in China? Indian here with new visa transfer

Synopsys urgh
Sep 11 7 Comments

Just got my visa transferred to a new company and they wish to send me to China for training. I understand that I will need stamping before entering the US. My lawyer mentioned that my case could go in administrative processing since China is not my home country. This means I will have to travel to India but I love china and chinese people so i want to be in China after the training. Has any Indian here tried visa processing at US consulate in China? Any thoughts?

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TOP 7 Comments
  • Wow interesting there are even Indian people who like China
    Sep 11 2
    • LinkedIn data@scale
      Indian here, my best friend is Chinese. We have much more in common than you might think
      Sep 15
    • Quora WalU80
      We don't run caste system. Buddhsim is just a small part of our culture but not main stream and DNA.
      Sep 15
  • Ciena / Eng OrgAd
    What in China do you love ? ๐Ÿค”
    Sep 11 1
  • Sony twCh12
    If your stamp from previous company hasnโ€™t expired AND you have your current companyโ€™s approved I-797, then you donโ€™t need re-stamping. Just show your valid stamped visa and current i797 at port of entry in the US upon arrival and you should be fine.
    Sep 11 1
    • Synopsys urgh
      OP
      Good catch. My previous company stamp will expire before my trip
      Sep 11