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    I am on F1 visa before and then got H1b approved. I would like to visit Costarica for a vacation and would like to get my visa stamped in Costa rica

    1) I would like to know if I can go to Costa Rica for first time H1B stamping?(will it accept applications or not?)

    2)Do you know anyone who successfully got their H1B stamped in San Jose, Costa Rica?

    3)Is there anyone else who is planning for H1 stamping during November or Dec?

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    • #3
      Your message was posted as anonymous on Facebook wall- (Oct 9th)

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      • #4
        As per my understanding and knowledge, for the 1st time you can get a visa stamped only in the country that issues your passort. Following that you can go to any country where embassies can re-stamp your continuation visa. Did you get your passport issued in Costa Rica?

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        • #5
          That is absolutely wrong..... it is always recommended to have the stamping done in the county that issued passport. However, no such rule of taking the Visa interview in the home country exists...

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          • #6
            Ok.. thanks for clarifying!

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            • #7
              You should check with the embassy in Costa Rica because there are some ruled applied in the embassy so every embassy cannot accept applications for stamping .

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              • #8
                So can we go or not? Answer 'Yes' or 'No' -- keeping risks aside.

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                • #9
                  Technically yes .. Check more details in sanjose cr consulate web site .. I can get u more details based on nature of ur h1

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                  • #10
                    My comments are based on majority of cr h visa are h2 ( low skilled )

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                    • #11
                      is anyone planning for H1B stamping in Costa Rica during Thanks giving week?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by lallu2020 View Post
                        I am on F1 visa before and then got H1b approved. I would like to visit Costarica for a vacation and would like to get my visa stamped in Costa rica

                        1) I would like to know if I can go to Costa Rica for first time H1B stamping?(will it accept applications or not?)

                        2)Do you know anyone who successfully got their H1B stamped in San Jose, Costa Rica?

                        3)Is there anyone else who is planning for H1 stamping during November or Dec?
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                        I am planning to go to Costa Rica for stamping just starting the process now.

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