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    Hello everyone,

    I got my H1b Approved for 3 years. My employer send me my 1-94 but not my original i797. I want to visit to Canada for stamping and would like to apply for Canadian Visitor visa. I would like to know if I can apply for Canadian visitor visa without original or duplicate copy of my i797. Can I provide them some other documents for verification.

    My employer said get your visas done interviewed set up and tickets booked before I give you copy of your i797. Please help advice needed. Do i really need my i797 copy to apply for Canadian visitor visa.

    Thanks.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by KKB View Post
      Hello everyone,

      I got my H1b Approved for 3 years. My employer send me my 1-94 but not my original i797. I want to visit to Canada for stamping and would like to apply for Canadian Visitor visa. I would like to know if I can apply for Canadian visitor visa without original or duplicate copy of my i797. Can I provide them some other documents for verification.

      My employer said get your visas done interviewed set up and tickets booked before I give you copy of your i797. Please help advice needed. Do i really need my i797 copy to apply for Canadian visitor visa.

      Thanks.
      You need to check with the Canadian Consulate that is going to process the visa. If they tell you they need the original, convey that massage to the employer.

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      • #4
        Your message was posted as anonymous on Facebook wall- (Oct 17th)

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        • #5
          1 u dont need 797 for canada visa ..
          2 nope ..
          I dont know about u r employer but he can not control you by not providing 797 ..

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          • #6
            It's a law to give you a original I797 on or after October 1st ask your employer he should be able to provide you

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            • #7
              U dont have to have I-797 copy to apply for canada visitor visa and on the otherside your employer has to provide u with original I-797 copy by law. Just reach out to him

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              • #8
                arey mama. immigration lawyer.

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                • #9
                  How will you get your visa stamped. What if during the interview you are asked by the counselor to furnish your Original I797? Ask your employer for the same. As stated by other, it is a law.

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                  • #10
                    I got this query for H4 ti F1 Evidence that you made your I-901 fee payment or evidence that no I-901 fee payment is required.University Said i haven;t paid Can i pay now and can send receipt

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