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H-1B WORKERS STUCK IN SECURITY CLEARANCE DELAYS

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  1. George's Avatar
    Good idea to keep them in India so that they can make arrangements to move jobs with them and US can loose the tax revenue!
  2. skj's Avatar
    Mr Siskind

    Is it advisable to go for Visa Stamping to India at all under these circumstances?
  3. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    I think travel for those needing a visa stamp is dicey enough that you should at least consult your immigration lawyer before you travel.
  4. Adi's Avatar
    Why don't they finish the background check before candidate leaves the country? Isn't it logical to finish these background checks while the person is still in the country? Whats the point of checking on a person when he is already outside US? Seems silly to harass individuals. Wonder if its individual's loss or country's loss? In this fast paced technology every day counts. When a candidate is not working here somebody around the world is working and busy inventing technology and reaping all the benefits.
  5. Arun's Avatar
    If it is an emergency like illness in the family or bereavement, I will be sympathetic..however, trying to arrange marriage (by his parents) while his visas status was not secure..he was asking for it..if his marriage is going to be arranged, he could wait another couple of years or his parents could get him someone in the UK or the US in his caste or religion. I am an Indian on H1B..unless there is bereavement in my family I am not going back. My family keeps asking me to come home to get married...the answer is no, unless it is a US or Canadian citizen...end of story! If they dont like it tough luck..I will find myself someone of Indians Hindu Punjabi ancestry here!
  6. George's Avatar
    "Why don't they finish the background check before candidate leaves the country? Isn't it logical to finish these background checks while the person is still in the country? Whats the point of checking on a person when he is already outside US? Seems silly to harass individuals. Wonder if its individual's loss or country's loss? In this fast paced technology every day counts. When a candidate is not working here somebody around the world is working and busy inventing technology and reaping all the benefits."

    Us jobs program.
  7. Amit's Avatar
    I wonder why USCIS wont start stamping the H1B visa on the passport within United States? It is such a futile exercise that you get your H1-B petition approved in US, then you stay in US for as long as you want, and when it comes to stepping out of the country and coming back to US, that's when you encounter this problem of security check etc. All this time, the person is living in US, why dont they finish the security check? I think USCIS should reinstate the visa stamping on the passport within US like it used to be before this new requirements for going to the home country came into existence. It burdens the already busy consulates and it makes traveling to US an Ordeal for the H1B folks and seems to have little merit to it.
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