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  • Going for H1-B stamping. Avoid european airports?

    I was suggested to avoid European airports while going to India for H1 stamping. My OPT card still shows a future expiry date, but is void since H1 started on Oct 1. Has anyone had any problems in transit via Europe?

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    • #3
      Hell No... They wouldn't even care...

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      • #4
        No...London Airport recently changed immigration rules check them thats it

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        • #5
          My frd was denied to even board a British airways flight when he was going for h1 stamping coz neither did he have uk visa nor usa !!

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          • #6
            so the i797 form (h1 approval) is not evidence of a us visa?

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            • #7
              avoid uk or travel thru emirates to be on the safer side

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              • #8
                It's nothing to do with the European airports, it's all because of the new rules of British airways, so avoid British airways if you don't have your visa stamped..!!

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