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11-27-2017, 03:09 PM
Hello Friends,

Could you please let me know the process involved if we want to travel during CPT(2nd masters)
My case is as below:
I need to travel to India in March 2018, I will be on CPT at that point, my visa will expire on June 2018, meaning I will be in the six months period of visa expire at the time of travel.
a. If am not wrong, I need to go for stamping. Is that correct? If am correct, any of you guys can share your experience(s) who went for stamping in CPT?
b. Could you please let me know the checklist for travelling during CPT and safely coming back.
c. Is there any other option which is safe to return while travel on CPT?

Guys your inputs are valuable & will help many people who are facing issues like me for travelling for many reasons!


11-27-2017, 04:16 PM
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11-28-2017, 05:19 PM
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12-01-2017, 08:51 AM
You'll be screwed. Don't go till you get H-1. If the interviewer see that 2nd masters CPT and all your past history there is high chance of denying your visa. So don't go till you get your H-1.